Our commercial solicitors are experienced in setting up various Joint Ventures Agreements for clients looking to collaborate on commercial projects.
Entering into a joint venture is a big decision. Not only are the resources, knowledge and technical expertise of two or more entities shared but also the risks and rewards. There are various advantages to companies and individuals wanting to form joint ventures, these include:
- Access to established markets and distribution channels
- Access to greater knowledge and resources
- Business expansion
- Development of new products and services
- Property investment/development
- The ability to share and spread risk
If a joint venture is not planned and structured correctly, it can cause conflicts and disputes between parties, potentially derailing the project.
The Joint Venture Agreement needs to be clear and concise. All parties to the project must be certain of their rights and responsibilities, therefore, we recommend that you speak to an experienced commercial solicitor to help you plan and draft the agreement.
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What is a Joint Venture?
A Joint Venture is a commercial arrangement between two or more participants who agree to co-operate to achieve an objective. Joint Ventures cover a wide range of mutual business arrangements involving differing levels of integration and they may be for a fixed or limited duration.
Joint Venture Structures
Joint Ventures can be structured in many ways. These include establishing a Joint Venture Company, establishing a partnership or avoiding any sort of joint entity and simply agreeing to work together on a particular project.
Our Commercial solicitors can advise on the advantages and disadvantages of each structure for your specific circumstances.
Tax issues will also need to be considered in relation to the setup of the venture, the operation of the joint venture and the eventual termination.
We assist clients in planning and documenting Joint Ventures, creating specific structures that meet their technical, operational, financial, regulatory, legal and tax requirements, whilst achieving their underlying commercial objectives.
Why Choose Us?
We can provide practical, experienced and cost-effective solutions. Our solicitors will work with you to understand and advise on your Joint Venture and negotiate or advise on any agreements.
Contact our Commercial Solicitors
The right solicitor changes everything. Anglo Law Solicitors provides expert legal advice on Joint Venture Agreements.
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