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Joint Ventures and Shareholder Agreements
A joint venture will commonly arise where two or more corporate entities wish to pool together their resources for the purposes of a joint project.
Whether you wish to start a new venture with one or more individuals or expand an existing business by partnering with another business organisation, we can help.
We take great care to understand your needs. Whether they are driven by the risk and reward each party is willing to accept, or the ability to provide resources.
Any given collaboration can be managed using a range of legal methods such as:
- Technology licensing
- Research and development agreements
- Agency and distributorship agreements
- Formal partnership arrangements
- Corporate joint ventures.
If you are an individual shareholder in a single company who wishes to regulate your relationship with other shareholders, then a contractual arrangement called a shareholders' agreement would be the most appropriate method of achieving your needs.
Shareholders agreements are particularly relevant in 'deadlock' companies (50/50 shareholding) where dispute resolution and exit routes are key issues. These types of agreement will also commonly deal with share transfer procedures, third party offers, minority protection and dividend policy, the legal regulation of which will ensure that you are free to concentrate on your business and its success.
If you would like to discuss your business requirements in more detail, please contact us on 01823 446200 or submit an online enquiry and we will contact you as soon as possible.
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