Partnership agreement

It is highly advisable to have a business partnership agreement for any partnership. Create and download the right one for you

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A Partnership agreement is a contract between the members of a partnership which defines the responsibilities and powers of the partners. It also sets out the systems and procedures involved in running the partnership.

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Useful information

How to choose your business structure

When the time comes to select the right structure for your business, there are three main configurations to consider, each of which has advantages and disadvantages.

How do I create a partnership?

A partnership is formed when two or more individuals (which can include legal entities, such as limited companies) agree that they form a partnership.

Why do I need a partnership agreement?

Without a partnership agreement, the business will be governed by the Partnership Act of 1890, which may produce unforeseen or undesirable results, particularly if there is a future disagreement between partners.

A Partnership agreement sets out:

  • The responsibilities of the partners
  • The powers of the partners
  • The procedures involved in running the partnership

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