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COMMERCIAL LAW

A joint venture partnership can be a successful way for two or more parties to come together to share their resources and expertise to achieve a particular goal.

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

It is vital that you obtain expert legal advice before signing any joint venture agreement.

Our commercial lawyers have extensive experience of drafting joint venture agreements. Regardless of the size of your company and the complexity of any proposed joint venture our experts have the experience and specialist knowledge to help you achieve an outcome that is both fair and beneficial. We will take the time to make sure you fully understand the agreement and its objectives, as well as what is expected of each party to the joint venture.

To speak to one of our experts, call 0113 418 2055 or request a call back at a time convenient for you. You can also drop us an email at hello@rinewlegal.co.uk.

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