Experienced Surrey Joint Venture Agreements Lawyer
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A joint venture is an enterprise created for a specific business project or commercial activity that is jointly owned by two or more distinct entities. These companies will share the risks, returns and responsibilities for governance. Joint ventures are normally short-term arrangements and differ from partnerships. A partnership forms a single business entity that is owned by two or more persons. Partners can, therefore, act on behalf of each other because they share the same interests. On the other hand, joint ventures are merely formed to pool resources and each party still acts independently.
Every joint venture will need a joint venture agreement. The joint venture agreement is the most crucial document you will need as it clearly outlines the objectives of the joint venture, the rights, and obligations of each entity. The joint venture agreement also states the initial contribution each entity will be required to make and how profits and losses will be shared. Additionally, all joint venture agreements must include the scope in which the joint venture will operate, how it will be managed and what must happen after the joint venture ends.
As with all legal contracts, it is important that you create a joint venture agreement carefully. Having a joint venture agreement that is badly drafted could open you up to litigation in the future. If you want to avoid issues with your agreement, you should consider hiring a joint venture agreement lawyer.
Joint venture agreement lawyer in Surrey
Are you are looking for a lawyer in Surrey to help with a joint venture agreement and guide other decisions? If yes, give us a call at Nirwan Law Corporation. At Nirwan Law Corporation, we will help you to ensure your rights are protected and your best interests are served in a joint venture agreement. So, what are you waiting for? Give us a call today to schedule a meeting with our joint venture agreement lawyer.
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