Many companies decide to start and form new projects or other endeavors with other companies. When you have found the right partner, you can create a detailed outline determine the set terms of your new undertaking in a Joint Venture Agreement. In many instances merging two companies together on a project can be profitable for both parties involved. You will want to make sure you get all the details in writing by creating a Joint-Venture Agreement between parties.
The outline of your Joint-Venture Agreement should be a lay out of your objectives for the project/ endeavor, and how much each party will be offering in funds for the venture. A Joint-Venture Agreement has its similarities to a partnership but is only for a limited time which should be included. Also you will want to define the roles for each joint venturer, and how the losses and profits will be separated.
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