Tmex Usa Inc Sample Contracts

Tmex Usa Inc – AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION (May 4th, 2000)

AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION THIS AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION ("Agreement") is made and entered into as of the 12th day of April 2000, by and between TMEX USA, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Corporation"), and Cooper Lee, President and a director of the Corporation ("Indemnitee"). RECITALS A. The Corporation and the Indemnitee understand and agree that interpretations of statutes, regulations, court opinions, and the Corporation's Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, are too uncertain to provide the Corporation's officers and directors with adequate or reliable advance knowledge or guidance with respect to the legal risks and potential liabilities to which they may become exposed personally as a result of performing, in good faith, their duties as officers and directors of the Corporation. B. The Corporation and the Indemnitee are aware of the substantial incr

Tmex Usa Inc – AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT (May 4th, 2000)

AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT THIS AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT ("Agreement") is made and entered into in duplicate this 12th day of April, 2000, by and between TMEX, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Employer"), and Cooper Lee ("Executive"). RECITALS A. Employer is a corporation duly organized and validly existing pursuant to the laws of the State of Nevada. B. Employer is in the business of developing and marketing high-speed communication networks and services. C. Employer desires to employ Executive, and Executive desires to serve, as President of Employer and to do and perform any and all services, acts and things specified hereinafter. AGREEMENT NOW, THEREFORE, IN CONSIDERATION OF THE RECITALS SPECIFIED ABOVE THAT SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE A SUBSTANTIVE PART OF THIS AGREEMENT, AND THE MUTUAL COVENANTS, PROMISES, UNDERTAKINGS, AGREEMENTS, REP

Tmex Usa Inc – STOCK OPTION PLAN (May 4th, 2000)

STOCK OPTION PLAN Article I. Purposes of the Plan II. Amount of Stock Subject to Plan III. Effective Date and Term of the Plan IV. Administration V. Eligibility VI. Limitation on Exercise of Incentive Options VII. Options: Price and Payment VIII. Use of Proceeds IX. Term of Options and Limitations on the Right of Exercise X. Exercise of Options XI. Nontransferability of Options and Stock Appreciation Rights XII. Termination of Directors, Employees and Independent Contractors XIII. Adjustment of Shares; Effect of Certain Transactions XIV. Right to Terminate Employees and Independent Contractors XV. Purchase for Investment XVI. Issuance of Certificates; Legends; Payment of Expenses XVII. Withholding Taxes XVIII. Listing of Shares and Related Matters XIX. Amendment of the Plan XX. Termination or Suspension of the Plan XXI. Governing Law XXII.

Tmex Usa Inc – AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT (May 4th, 2000)

AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT THIS AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT ("Agreement") is made and entered into in duplicate this 12th day of April, 2000, by and between TMEX, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Employer"), and Crofton Cooper("Executive"). RECITALS A. Employer is a corporation duly organized and validly existing pursuant to the laws of the State of Nevada. B. Employer is in the business of developing and marketing high-speed communication networks and services. C. Employer desires to employ Executive, and Executive desires to serve, as Chief Executive Officer of Employer and to do and perform any and all services, acts and things specified hereinafter. AGREEMENT NOW, THEREFORE, IN CONSIDERATION OF THE RECITALS SPECIFIED ABOVE THAT SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE A SUBSTANTIVE PART OF THIS AGREEMENT, AND THE MUTUAL COVENANTS, PROMISES, UNDERTAKINGS, AGREEMENTS,

Tmex Usa Inc – AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT (May 4th, 2000)

AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT THIS AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT ("Agreement") is made and entered into in duplicate this 12th day of April, 2000, by and between TMEX, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Employer"), and Cecil Zeringue ("Executive"). RECITALS A. Employer is a corporation duly organized and validly existing pursuant to the laws of the State of Nevada. B. Employer is in the business of developing and marketing high-speed communication networks and services. C. Employer desires to employ Executive, and Executive desires to serve, as Vice President of Employer and to do and perform any and all services, acts and things specified hereinafter. AGREEMENT NOW, THEREFORE, IN CONSIDERATION OF THE RECITALS SPECIFIED ABOVE THAT SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE A SUBSTANTIVE PART OF THIS AGREEMENT, AND THE MUTUAL COVENANTS, PROMISES, UNDERTAKINGS, AGREEMENTS

Tmex Usa Inc – AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION (May 4th, 2000)

AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION THIS AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION ("Agreement") is made and entered into as of the 12th day of April 2000, by and between TMEX USA, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Corporation"), and Crofton Cooper, Chief Executive Officer, Secretary, Treasurer and a director of the Corporation ("Indemnitee"). RECITALS A. The Corporation and the Indemnitee understand and agree that interpretations of statutes, regulations, court opinions, and the Corporation's Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, are too uncertain to provide the Corporation's officers and directors with adequate or reliable advance knowledge or guidance with respect to the legal risks and potential liabilities to which they may become exposed personally as a result of performing, in good faith, their duties as officers and directors of the Corporation. B. The Corporation and the Ind

Tmex Usa Inc – EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT (May 4th, 2000)

EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT Agreement made this 1st day of October, 1999 by and between TMEX USA, INC., a Nevada corporation also authorized to do business in the state of California (herein "TMEX") and Michael W. Garone residing at 11625 Vista Forest Drive, Alpharetta, Georgia (herein "EMPLOYEE" and sometimes referred to as "GARONE"). RECITALS 1. Employee has a successful background of management and sales in the operation of a telephone debit card business, with an established network distribution system. 2. TMEX is a telecommunications company headquartered in Newport Beach, California, with a current US-Mexico Laser Communications network and facilities available for national and international telephone transmission services. 3. TMEX desires to enter into the telephone debit card business ("Venture"), by and through the employment of GARONE and the opening of

Tmex Usa Inc – AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION (May 4th, 2000)

AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION THIS AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION ("Agreement") is made and entered into as of the 12th day of April 2000, by and between TMEX USA, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Corporation"), and Cecil Zeringue, Vice President and a director of the Corporation ("Indemnitee"). RECITALS A. The Corporation and the Indemnitee understand and agree that interpretations of statutes, regulations, court opinions, and the Corporation's Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, are too uncertain to provide the Corporation's officers and directors with adequate or reliable advance knowledge or guidance with respect to the legal risks and potential liabilities to which they may become exposed personally as a result of performing, in good faith, their duties as officers and directors of the Corporation. B. The Corporation and the Indemnitee are aware of the substantia

Tmex Usa Inc – AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT (April 17th, 2000)

AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT THIS AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT ("Agreement") is made and entered into in duplicate this 12th day of April, 2000, by and between TMEX, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Employer"), and Cooper Lee ("Executive"). RECITALS A. Employer is a corporation duly organized and validly existing pursuant to the laws of the State of Nevada. B. Employer is in the business of developing and marketing high-speed communication networks and services. C. Employer desires to employ Executive, and Executive desires to serve, as President of Employer and to do and perform any and all services, acts and things specified hereinafter. AGREEMENT NOW, THEREFORE, IN CONSIDERATION OF THE RECITALS SPECIFIED ABOVE THAT SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE A SUBSTANTIVE PART OF THIS AGREEMENT, AND THE MUTUAL COVENANTS, PROMISES, UNDERTAKINGS, AGREEMENTS, REP

Tmex Usa Inc – EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT (April 17th, 2000)

EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT Agreement made this 1st day of October, 1999 by and between TMEX USA, INC., a Nevada corporation also authorized to do business in the state of California (herein "TMEX") and Michael W. Garone residing at 11625 Vista Forest Drive, Alpharetta, Georgia (herein "EMPLOYEE" and sometimes referred to as "GARONE"). RECITALS 1. Employee has a successful background of management and sales in the operation of a telephone debit card business, with an established network distribution system. 2. TMEX is a telecommunications company headquartered in Newport Beach, California, with a current US-Mexico Laser Communications network and facilities available for national and international telephone transmission services. 3. TMEX desires to enter into the telephone debit card business ("Venture"), by and through the employment of GARONE and the opening of

Tmex Usa Inc – AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION (April 17th, 2000)

AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION THIS AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION ("Agreement") is made and entered into as of the 12th day of April 2000, by and between TMEX USA, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Corporation"), and Cooper Lee, President and a director of the Corporation ("Indemnitee"). RECITALS A. The Corporation and the Indemnitee understand and agree that interpretations of statutes, regulations, court opinions, and the Corporation's Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, are too uncertain to provide the Corporation's officers and directors with adequate or reliable advance knowledge or guidance with respect to the legal risks and potential liabilities to which they may become exposed personally as a result of performing, in good faith, their duties as officers and directors of the Corporation. B. The Corporation and the Indemnitee are aware of the substantial incr

Tmex Usa Inc – AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION (April 17th, 2000)

AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION THIS AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION ("Agreement") is made and entered into as of the 12th day of April 2000, by and between TMEX USA, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Corporation"), and Cecil Zeringue, Vice President and a director of the Corporation ("Indemnitee"). RECITALS A. The Corporation and the Indemnitee understand and agree that interpretations of statutes, regulations, court opinions, and the Corporation's Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, are too uncertain to provide the Corporation's officers and directors with adequate or reliable advance knowledge or guidance with respect to the legal risks and potential liabilities to which they may become exposed personally as a result of performing, in good faith, their duties as officers and directors of the Corporation. B. The Corporation and the Indemnitee are aware of the substantia

Tmex Usa Inc – AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT (April 17th, 2000)

AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT THIS AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT ("Agreement") is made and entered into in duplicate this 12th day of April, 2000, by and between TMEX, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Employer"), and Crofton Cooper("Executive"). RECITALS A. Employer is a corporation duly organized and validly existing pursuant to the laws of the State of Nevada. B. Employer is in the business of developing and marketing high-speed communication networks and services. C. Employer desires to employ Executive, and Executive desires to serve, as Chief Executive Officer of Employer and to do and perform any and all services, acts and things specified hereinafter. AGREEMENT NOW, THEREFORE, IN CONSIDERATION OF THE RECITALS SPECIFIED ABOVE THAT SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE A SUBSTANTIVE PART OF THIS AGREEMENT, AND THE MUTUAL COVENANTS, PROMISES, UNDERTAKINGS, AGREEMENTS,

Tmex Usa Inc – STOCK OPTION PLAN (April 17th, 2000)

STOCK OPTION PLAN Article I. Purposes of the Plan II. Amount of Stock Subject to Plan III. Effective Date and Term of the Plan IV. Administration V. Eligibility VI. Limitation on Exercise of Incentive Options VII. Options: Price and Payment VIII. Use of Proceeds IX. Term of Options and Limitations on the Right of Exercise X. Exercise of Options XI. Nontransferability of Options and Stock Appreciation Rights XII. Termination of Directors, Employees and Independent Contractors XIII. Adjustment of Shares; Effect of Certain Transactions XIV. Right to Terminate Employees and Independent Contractors XV. Purchase for Investment XVI. Issuance of Certificates; Legends; Payment of Expenses XVII. Withholding Taxes XVIII. Listing of Shares and Related Matters XIX. Amendment of the Plan XX. Termination or Suspension of the Plan XXI. Governing Law XXII.

Tmex Usa Inc – AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION (April 17th, 2000)

AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION THIS AGREEMENT FOR INDEMNIFICATION ("Agreement") is made and entered into as of the 12th day of April 2000, by and between TMEX USA, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Corporation"), and Crofton Cooper, Chief Executive Officer, Secretary, Treasurer and a director of the Corporation ("Indemnitee"). RECITALS A. The Corporation and the Indemnitee understand and agree that interpretations of statutes, regulations, court opinions, and the Corporation's Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, are too uncertain to provide the Corporation's officers and directors with adequate or reliable advance knowledge or guidance with respect to the legal risks and potential liabilities to which they may become exposed personally as a result of performing, in good faith, their duties as officers and directors of the Corporation. B. The Corporation and the Ind

Tmex Usa Inc – AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT (April 17th, 2000)

AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT THIS AGREEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT ("Agreement") is made and entered into in duplicate this 12th day of April, 2000, by and between TMEX, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Employer"), and Cecil Zeringue ("Executive"). RECITALS A. Employer is a corporation duly organized and validly existing pursuant to the laws of the State of Nevada. B. Employer is in the business of developing and marketing high-speed communication networks and services. C. Employer desires to employ Executive, and Executive desires to serve, as Vice President of Employer and to do and perform any and all services, acts and things specified hereinafter. AGREEMENT NOW, THEREFORE, IN CONSIDERATION OF THE RECITALS SPECIFIED ABOVE THAT SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE A SUBSTANTIVE PART OF THIS AGREEMENT, AND THE MUTUAL COVENANTS, PROMISES, UNDERTAKINGS, AGREEMENTS