Typically, a joint venture is created to make money for partners or shareholders. Therefore, it goes without saying that one of the key conditions of the joint enterprise agreement must state with the utmost clarity how the profits of the business and/or the eventual sale of the business are distributed among the parties. This agreement includes the entire written or oral agreement between the parties and the agreement between the contracting parties, which replace all prior written or written communications, representations, agreements or agreements between the parties with respect to the purpose of this agreement. This agreement cannot be amended in any way, except by a written amendment made by each party. Most joint ventures will result in intellectual property, which is potentially of potential value to each party of the joint venture. This can range from client lists or information about certain business opportunities to software code rights or new technologies. Other reasons why companies may establish a joint venture relationship may be to gain access to wider markets, share resources, finance the growth of another company, develop or diversify products. The joint enterprise agreement must provide clear measures to manage the termination of the joint venture. For example, if the business ends due to a party`s insolvency, the joint venture agreement should allow the defaulting party to remedy the situation. The parties to the agreement share their resources, which include, but not exclusively, capital, personnel, physical equipment, facilities or intellectual property such as trademarks, patents or other forms of intellectual property. The agreement usually contains a list of the different types of decisions that specify (for each) what types of authorizations are needed. A joint venture itself is not an autonomous legal entity and is not recognized as such by the regulatory authorities. Joint ventures are managed by private or legal entities.

Most of the time, the only way to change a joint venture agreement is for both parties to agree to new terms. Early termination clauses may be included. For your joint venture to be successful, the joint venture agreement that governs all transactions must be clear and concise. All project participants must be 100% sure of their rights, duties and obligations. However, there is a commercial risk to the parties, with each party relying on the other to ensure that its commercial will is not affected by the designation of a joint venture. It is important that the parties to the joint venture define at an early stage their respective roles and responsibilities and how the parties will cooperate to achieve the objectives of the joint venture. Ideally, this is formally stipulated in a joint enterprise agreement. Sometimes, despite the most impervious agreement and the best intentions, there are quarrels.

communication problems, delays, inefficiency of boards of directors; These are just a few examples of how disputes can arise within a joint venture. The joint venture agreements will explain who will run the business and take care of day-to-day business. In addition, the levels of authorization are generally different for different types of decisions.