The importance of using partnership agreements derives from aged legislation that otherwise governs a firm. Partnership agreements are the only way to 'override' this legislation and set out alternative rules that favour modern day working practices. Without a comprehensive agreement in place, partners remain exposed to inappropriate action by others in their firm.
Business partnership agreements
A comprehensive partnership agreement suitable for a business in any industry and with any number of partners. Covering a large number of practical, commercial and administrative points, it allows you to amend the default provisions of the Partnership Act 1932 and also provides additional terms relevant to how a modern day business operates. Use it not only to protect your legal rights but also to set out how you want your partnership to work.
Protect your privacy with this professionally drawn and comprehensive limited liability partnership agreement. In this version, most or all partners are involved in running the business. The document provides for statutory requirements as well as all usual inter-partner issues. It also provides additional terms covering how a modern day business operates. Use it not only to protect legal rights but also to set out how you want your LLP to work.
Professionally drawn and comprehensive limited liability partnership agreement for businesses that have managing partners who operate the business, and investor partners who provide capital but do not play an active role in the day to day management. This agreement provides additional terms that cover how a modern day business operates. Use it not only to protect legal rights of different partners but also to set out how you want your partnership to work.
Ideal for family businesses or groups of friends working together, this partnership agreement provides a good framework for setting out how the business will be run. It is slightly less formal than our standard partnership agreement, but still includes the provisions small businesses need.
Company and partnership law requires that a business is transferred from one set up to anothert in a certain format, using very specific documents - this is the document you need to change your partnership to an Indian company.
A simple partnership dissolution agreement, professionally drawn as a framework for the partners to dissolve their partnership. Covering practical, commercial and administrative points, it can be used for partnerships of any size and in any industry.
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