Some of the other answers point out some pretty common standard terms, but I think the more important point here is that your term sheet for your deal should be tailored to what you and your investor expect out of the deal. You can find standard term sheet templates on the Internet but it is dangerous to use these templates because they may not completely encompass your or your investors’ expectations. You really need terms that were written specifically for your deal.
I would suggest that you speak with an attorney about the specifics of your deal so that you can draw up a term sheet that is tailored to the deal that you are trying to make. Every deal is unique so it is important to craft your terms in a way that supports the uniqueness of your deal.
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I hope this helped, good luck!