How to: create signature blocks

Drafting an agreement — or sometimes other types of documents — means that, somewhere in the document, you will have to add a signature block. There should be at least as many signature blocks as there are parties, containing their names and titles. How to go about this? Let's go over a step-by...

How to: create advanced party introduction clauses

Clauses introducing the parties to a contract or other legal document are often some of the more complex clauses you can draft in ClauseBase. This is because there are an enormous amount of permutations clauses like these can have. Below, we will create a party introduction clause for a sale an...

How to: create a list with both predefined options and free input

One or more clauses in your document will contain lists that have some predefined options but allow for user input as well. In many cases, as a template creator you may not be able to provide for all options exhaustively. There may, therefore, be a need for users to choose both from a predefined li...

How to: make automatic annexes or schedules

In many documents, annexes/schedules must be added based on certain options or clauses being chosen in the main body of the document. A good example would be a consent form annex to a share transfer agreement, which is what we will be implementing here. We want the consent form to be included if...

How to: reuse any clause in a different context

Let's say you are drafting a lease agreement and you are looking for a notice clause. Using the search functionalities inside the Assemble Document mode, you find the perfect clause. But there's one problem. That clause was written for a share purchase agreement, with parties being referred to as t...