The JV, which is not legally competent, is essentially a partnership between two or more persons or companies. If one of the parties wishes to amend the agreement in the future, both parties should give their consent, and the initial agreement and amendments should be recorded in writing and signed by both parties. A quick and simple checklist on issues of cooperation, cooperation and non-legally competent joint venture agreements, including third-party agreements. A joint venture agreement may take the form of a registered JV or an unregistered JV. The difference is important. A registered JV is a separate undertaking set up for specific purposes of the joint venture. The joint venture agreement for a registered JV must contain all the essential elements of a shareholders` agreement, including a instrument of incorporation. The document is a model checklist for all cooperation, cooperation and integrated joint enterprise agreements. Both parties should sign and return a copy and, once signed, both parties should receive a copy.
In order to avoid future disputes, both parties may wish to have their signatures attested. The document does not constitute legal advice. It is recommended to arrange a consultation with lawyers before using the document. Our Joint Undertaking Agreement is comprehensive and contains timetables. 1. Checklist of cooperation agreements identity of the parties, division of labor, volume of work, management, project manager, community account, distribution of profits/losses, financing, loyalty, liability, intellectual property, personnel/cost of labor, exclusivity, pricing, termination, delay, force majeure, insurance, dispute resolution, choice of law, accounting, partnership, third party consents, taxation, number of employees, Responsibilities of the parties, timing, background technology, project know-how, use of know-how, confidentiality, structure, project management, modifications, financing, ownership, liability, termination, exclusivity, jurisdiction or arbitration, competition law This document should be read carefully by the individual borrower and the lender. . . .