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This practical and comprehensive legal publication provides commentary and precedents for the life cycle of a joint venture matter.

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Overview

This practical and comprehensive legal publication provides commentary and precedents for the life cycle of a joint venture matter.

From establishing a joint venture (agreement) through to exit options, the comprehensive publication has all the required information and templates for any joint venture matter. There is specific guidance on funding, liabilities, taxation, and dispute resolution, as well as advantages and disadvantages of joint ventures.

Precedents provided with this publication include:

  • Joint venture agreement – straightforward and for a property development project;
  • Shareholders agreement for incorporated joint venture;
  • Project management agreement;
  • Deed of release;
  • Asset sale agreement.

The detailed Retainer Instructions ensures nothing is missed and the client is properly advised.

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  • Bylawyers
    Business Structures and the Comparative Table
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    Overview
    “This publication is designed to assist with the set-up of a new business structure, the acquisition of an existing structure and the change from one structure to another by covering the essential elements, advantages and disadvantages of each possible structure in relation to income tax, capital ...”

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    Appendix – Example sale structures from a tax perspective
    “Example 1 – Tax advantages of a vendor selling shares Tax advantages of a vendor selling shares in the company rather than the company selling the business”

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