Inquiry Letter Format

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ENQUIRY LETTER TO COMMERCIAL LANDLORD ABOUT RENTAL PREMISES OPPORTUNITIES FOR BUSSINESS

[DATE, ex. Wednesday, June 11, 2014]

[NAME, COMPANY AND ADDRESS, ex.
John Smith
XYZ Inc.
1234 First Street
Suite 567
Anycity, Anystate  85245]

Dear [NAME, ex. John Smith],

I am the [YOUR TITLE, ex. President] of [NAME OF BUSINESS, ex. ABC Bagels]. We currently operate retail fast food bagel store in [NAME OF STORE AREA]. We are planning to open a new store in your area.

As you can tell from our name, our main product is bagels, of which we sell ten varieties, together with various sandwich toppings. We have been in operation for over [NUMBER OF YEARS IN OPERATION, ex. five years] and our stores have proven to be very successful.

For some time, we have been quite interested in securing a location in your mall. We believe that our product would provide a health and nutritious alternative for the people using the mall.

Please let me know if you have any retail locations in the mall. We believe that our concept would be ideal for the mall.

I also enclose my business card for your information. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,


[YOUR NAME, ex. Jill Jones]

Delayed Payment Apology Letter

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APOLOGY TO LANDLORD FOR LATE RENT PAYMENT: WITH EXPLANATION

[DATE, ex. Wednesday, June 11, 2014]


[NAME, COMPANY AND ADDRESS, ex.
John Smith
1234 First Street
Suite 567
Anycity, Anystate  85245]

Dear [NAME, ex. John Smith],

Enclosed is my rent check for [MONTH, ex. September].

I do understand this payment is late and I hope you will accept my apology.  [BRIEFLY STATE REASON, ex. I was forced to take a late salary payment this month to slow business.]  [MAKE REASSURING STATEMENT, ex. I am assured, nonetheless, that there should be no similar problems in the future.]  You have my guarantee that this will not occur again.


Sincerely,


[YOUR NAME, ex. Jill Jones]

Confidentiality Agreement for Employees

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CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT

[DATE, ex. Wednesday, June 11, 2014]

[NAME, COMPANY AND ADDRESS OF EMPLOYEE, ex.
John Smith
XYZ Inc.
1234 First Street
Suite 567
Anycity, Anystate  85245]

Dear [NAME OF EMPLOYEE, ex. John Smith],

Re: Employment Agreement

We are pleased that you have accepted employment with [NAME OF EMPLOYER] (the “Employer”) commencing [START DATE OF EMPLOYMENT, ex. July 1, 2014]. This letter will set out the terms and conditions of confidentiality regarding your employment.

1.         You acknowledge that during your employment with the Employer, confidential information of the Employer will be disclosed to you and that any unauthorized disclosure of such information to third parties or use other than for the Employer’s purposes could cause extensive harm to the Employer. Confidential information of the Employer includes any and all trade secrets, confidential, private or secret information of the Employer including without limitation (i) business and financial information of the Employer, (ii) business methods and practices of the Employer, (iii) marketing strategies of the Employer, and (iv) such information as the Employer may from time to time designate as being confidential to the Employer. Confidential information will not include information that is in the public domain, or information that falls into the public domain, unless such information falls into the public domain by disclosure or other acts by you, or through your fault.

You undertake with the Employer that you will not during your employment with the Employer or at any time thereafter, unless prior written consent is given by the Employer, either directly or indirectly, utilize on your own behalf or on behalf of any other person, firm or company (a “person”) or divulge to any other person, except as required by the terms and nature of your employment with the Employer, any confidential information of the Employer, and you shall use your best endeavours to prevent the unauthorized disclosu