A joint venture (JV) is an alternative business arrangement in which two or more parties agree to pool their resources for the purpose of accomplishing a specific task. This may be a new project being entered into together or some other joint business activity.
Under English law a joint venture has no specific meaning and the commercial arrangement between the parties can take a number of different forms depending on what the parties are trying to achieve. Sometimes a new JV company will be formed with the parties being the shareholders; other JVs will prefer a looser commercial arrangement.
This subfolder contains two Joint Venture Agreements and a Legal Vehicle Comparison Chart which may be useful for customers considering which way to structure a JV arrangement.
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