Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Sample Contracts

First Century Bancorp. – Contract (October 26th, 2006)

EXHIBIT 10.1 TERMINATION AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN EL BANCO FINANCIAL CORPORATION FORMERLY KNOWN AS NUESTRA TARJETA DE SERVICIOS, INC. (BUYER) AND NBOG BANCORPORATION, INC. (SELLER) DATED AS OF OCTOBER 25, 2006 TERMINATION AGREEMENT THIS TERMINATION AGREEMENT, dated October 25, 2006, is intended to formally terminate the Agreement And Plan Of Merger (the "Agreement") dated as of May 5, 2006, by and between El Banco Financial Corporation (formerly known as Nuestra Tarjeta de Servicios, Inc.), a Georgia corporation ("Buyer") and NBOG Bancorporation, Inc., a Georgia corporation ("Selle

Duke Energy Florida, Llc. – Contract (March 15th, 2005)
Lecstar Corp – Securities Purchase Agreement (June 19th, 2000)
Sphinx International Inc – Stock Purchase Agreement (March 7th, 2000)
Paracelsus Healthcare Corp – This Stock Purchase Agreement for Senatobia Community (October 15th, 1999)
NN, Inc. – Contract (August 6th, 1999)

NN Ball & Roller, Inc. Industrial Molding Corp 12/31/98 Exhibit A Assets Current Assets Cash & equivalents $ - Trade accounts receivable 4,498,397 Inventories 2,856,506 Prepaid expenses 77,430 ------ Total current assets 7,432,333 Property, plant & equipment Buildings 5,164,371 Furniture & fixtures 1,906,106 Machinery & equipment 13,994,404 ---------- 21,064,881 Less Accumulated depreciation (13,114,882)

NN, Inc. – Contract (July 21st, 1999)

NN Ball & Roller, Inc. Industrial Molding Corp Adjusted Balance Sheet 12/31/98 Schedule A Adjusted Industrial Industrial Molding Adjustments Molding LOI LOI ------------------------------------------------------------ Assets Current Assets Cash & equivalents $ - $ - Trade accounts receivable 4,498,397 (66,296) 4,432,101 Inventories 2,856,506 2,856,506 Prepaid expenses 77,430 77,430

Professional Transn Grp Inc – Debenture and Warrant Purchase Agreement (January 4th, 1999)

unless the maximum aggregate Exercise Price of the shares which could be redeemed under this formula is less than $100,000, in which case the minimum Partial Redemption shall be $50,000. Further, no Partial Redemption may be made, if, upon exercise by the Holder of that portion of this Warrant being called for Partial Redemption by the Company, such exercise would cause the Holder to be deemed the beneficial owner of 9.9% or more of the Company's Common Stock for purposes of Section 16(b) under the Exchange Act, or any rules or court interpretations thereunder, whether in existence on the date of issuance of this Warrant or coming into existence at any time thereafter through the Termination Date. In the event of any dispute as to whether the Holder may be deemed to be the beneficial owner of 9.9% or more of the Common Stock for purposes of said Section 16(b), the Holder shall be entitled to receive an opinion of counsel for the Company that such proposed Partial Redemption will not c

Severance Agreement (November 13th, 1998)

10 CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT REQUESTED BY TEKGRAF, INC. EXHIBIT B PRESS RELEASE Atlanta, GA October ________, 1998 Phillip Aginsky, 46, who has been Tekgraf's Chairman and CEO since its incorporation last June, resigned October ____, 1998, to pursue other interests, but will continue as a consultant to the Tekgraf Board. The Board of Directors has appointed William M. Rychel, President of the Graphics Division of Tekgraf as interim CEO. Tekgraf plans to immediately begin a search for a new President and Chief Executive Officer. "We appreciate Phillip's counsel and assistance in guiding the company through its initial merger phase and subsequent IPO. With the initial phase of Tekgraf's development behind us, it's time to move the company to the next level of development", said William Rychel. Tekgraf, Inc., headquartered in Atlanta, Ga., is a value-added wholesale distributor of adva

Lecstar Corp – Page (July 31st, 1998)
Lecstar Corp – Page (July 24th, 1998)
Professional Transn Grp Inc – Agreement (November 12th, 1997)
Adams Outdoor Advertising Ltd Partnership – Contract (December 16th, 1996)

SECTION 1. PURCHASE AND SALE OF ASSETS........................ 1 1.1 Assets to be Transferred.................................. 1 (a) Personal Property......................................... 1 (b) Inventories............................................... 1 (c) Real Property............................................. 2 (d) Real Estate Site Leases................................... 2 (e) Leasehold Improvements.................................... 2 (f) Permits, Licenses and Authorizations...................... 2 (g) Advertising Contracts and Agreements...................... 2 (h) Accounts Receivable....................................... 2 (i) Prepaid Expenses.......................................... 2 (j) Intangibles............................................... 2 (k) Computer Hardware and Computer Software................... 3 (l) Barter and Trade Receivables.............................. 3 (m) Records..........................................

Hurry Inc -Cl A – Agreement for the Sale (June 28th, 1996)
Snake Eyes Golf Clubs Inc – Regulation S Securities Subscription Agreement (June 24th, 1996)