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PARTNERSHIP / JOINT VENTURE
To advance and develop one's business aspirations, it becomes necessary
to engage other and collaborate so as to achieve those objective goals.
So as to achieve such an objective it is important to structure your
business relationship so as to realize optimal efficiency, while
limiting your exposure to risk and untenable disputes. This can be
achieved through the establishment of the appropriate legal structure to
advance your business aspiration, through such legal structures as a
partnership or a joint venture.
PARTNERSHIP: An unincorporated business organization wherein multiple
persons or parties engage in a specific business together, in pursuit of
a common goal, and where the the partners share proportionally in the
profits and losses / debts and liabilities. Partnerships are created by
law, though they greatly benefit from the creation of a formal written
agreement that spells out the rights and obligations of the partners.
JOINT VENTURE: An association of two or more persons or businesses
engaged in a single business enterprise with a clearly defined profit
objective, without forming a partnership or corporation. The written
contract sets out the parameters of the venture, controlling how the
pursuit is to be undertaken and achieved.
Providing corporate-commercial legal advice and strategic direction to
business enterprises, is the central focus of business lawyer
Christopher R. Neufeld's legal practice. To advance your business'
initiatives, contact Neufeld Legal P.C. at
Chris@NeufeldLegal.com or 403-400-4092 / 416-887-9702.
Neufeld Legal Professional
Corporation. Our mailing addresses are 144 4th Avenue SW, Suite 1600, Calgary, Alberta
and 1 Yonge Street, Suite 1801, Toronto, Ontario. Principal lawyer
Christopher Neufeld is admitted
to practice law in Alberta and Ontario (Canada) and New York (U.S.A.).
Christopher's legal practice focuses primarily on business law, in particular
corporate commercial transactions (mergers, acquisitions, divestitures,
business purchases and sales, etc.), business development, contract
drafting and negotiation, tax and succession planning, financing and
commercial real estate.