The first question that the parties must ask themselves before drawing up a joint venture contract is: „How do we want the joint venture to be structured?“ If the legal structure of the joint venture is a partnership or a limited liability partnership (LLP), the joint venture may be dissolved by the cessation of the activity. An LLP may be dissolved by the sale of the shares or by the dissolution of LLP by majority decision of the partners. Dissolution provisions are usually defined in the social contract or the LLP contract. By this contract, each member defines its obligations and obligations during the business relationship. Members also describe the contributions they will make to the company, for example. B finances, services or other resources. The agreement describes the purpose of the business, the management and operation as well as the conditions of dissolution. The Joint Undertaking Agreement must include clear measures to manage the termination of the Joint Undertaking. For example, if the undertaking terminates due to the failure of one party, the joint venture agreement should enable the defaulting party to remedy that situation. It is customary for the parties to joint ventures to decide that in the event of a discrepancy between the contractual agreement and the constitutional documents between them, the contractual agreement should take precedence. The constitutional documents and the contractual agreement should also be consistent as regards the approach and authorisation of conflicts of interest between the Joint Undertaking and the parties to the Joint Undertaking. to have a director for each holding held at 10% and to have the right to appoint an observer who does not have the right to vote on the board of directors..
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