Joint Venture Partnership

Else have a team of business solicitors in Burton on Trent that are experts when it comes to joint venture partnership agreements.

A joint venture partnership can be an effective and successful way of two or more parties coming together to share risk or expertise in business.

The terms and conditions which control the operation of the joint venture need to be covered in a detailed agreement. These agreements convey what all parties are obliged to contribute in terms of money, other assets, and time. They also outline what each party stands to gain, or risk.

Independent legal advice is essential before signing any joint venture agreement. It will ensure that the agreement meets your individual needs and you are not exposed to any hidden risks.

How we can help

Else’s specialist business solicitors are experts at drafting joint venture agreements for many sectors. We understand the provisions that must be included in a comprehensive agreement so that each party’s aims and objectives can be fulfilled.

We have experience in creating unincorporated joint venture partnership agreements (for those that wish to work together without creating a new commercial entity) and incorporated joint venture agreements (for those that want to create a new commercial entity like a limited company or partnership).

Our business solicitors provide jargon-free legal advice so that you will understand the purpose of each element of your agreement. You will know what your joint venture is expected to achieve and your role will be clearly defined.

We always establish a personal rapport with our clients. This personal approach enhances our understanding of your business circumstances, which ultimately enables us to create an agreement that meets your needs.

If you would like one of our representatives to meet you in your own business surroundings, we will visit you at a convenient time to discuss your individual requirements. Alternatively, we can contact you via phone or online software, such as Skype.

For more information on how we can help with joint ventures, please contact our business solicitors in Burton on Trent. You can send us a message or call us on 01283 526200.

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Our team always strive to find the most practical, timely, and cost-effective solution for our clients.

We will use the full range of options available to us; from mediation and negotiation to court action at whatever level is appropriate.

To speak to one of our trusted professionals contact us on 01283 526200. Alternatively, you can send us a message and we will get in touch at a time that suits you.