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August 21, 20230

Agreements for Startups in India

The onset of business for Startups should start with making agreement to cover every important aspect of business. The Contracts and Agreements are “heart and soul” of business and hence should be the first priority for every Startups in India.

It should deal with the following important factors:

a. Founders Agreement

b.Share Holders Agreement

c.Funding Agreement

d.Articles of Association

e.Intellectual Property Rights

f. Domain rights

g.Employment Agreement

h.Technology Agreement/Software Agreement

i. Non Disclosure Agreement

j. Outsourcing Agreement

k.Non Compete Agreement

l.Vendors Agreement

m.Service Agreements

n.Rent/Lease Agreement

o.Misc. Business Agreements

The aforesaid agreements should be meticulously drafted and every anticipations should be incorporated in such agreements so that unforeseen liabilities and grey areas can be checked since the inception of a startups in India.

To know more about the agreements for startups in India, feel free to connect with info@amlegals.com

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