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Commercial Property Solicitors

Commercial Property Solicitors

Joint Ventures, Options & Conditional Sales Agreements

Else solicitors are specialists at creating joint venture agreements that add value to your business.

Joint ventures can be an effective way of sharing risk and expertise on commercial projects. They can be formed in order to complete a one-off business deal, or to run a series of ongoing investments and developments.

A detailed legal document needs to be created so that all parties involved in the joint venture have a clear, comfortable, understanding of how they will work together. This legal agreement sets out the rights and responsibilities of each party and protects their investment. It also clarifies their liabilities in the event that anything goes wrong.

There are many different ways in which a joint venture can be structured. These can include establishing a limited company or a limited liability partnership.

If you are considering embarking on a joint venture, expert legal advice can help ensure that your enterprise runs smoothly and that you negotiate the best possible terms for you and your business.

How we can help

Else Solicitors’ experience over many years means we can ensure that the terms of your joint venture agreement cover aspects such as:

  • The purpose of the joint venture.
  • How much each party contributes to the project – including assets as well as money.
  • Sharing of the profits, losses and liabilities.
  • Methods of resolving any disputes.

We recognise that every joint venture is unique, so we will play very careful attention to the viability of each project, to the risks, and to liability levels.

We will make it our priority to get to the heart of what you want to achieve and give you expert advice based on our knowledge of commercial development and property-related ventures.

For more information on how we can help, please contact our commercial property solicitors on 01283 526200. Alternatively you can send us a message and we will be in touch very shortly.

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