Heads of Terms
The blueprint for negotiation and agreements.
Entering into a joint venture can be a successful and advantageous business strategy, allowing two or more parties to bring their expertise and resources to a project. It is important that a robust legal agreement is put in place before work starts, however, to ensure that everyone knows exactly what is expected of them and what will happen in any eventuality.
At Heald Solicitors in Milton Keynes, our corporate and commercial team can advise you on setting up a joint venture and ensure you have the right agreement in place to protect your business interests, while still giving you the flexibility you need for a successful enterprise.
We are experienced in advising on joint ventures across a range of sectors and will take the time to understand your goals and objectives so that we can ensure your agreement supports these.
We will discuss the most suitable type of structure for your joint venture with you. This could be a straightforward joint venture agreement or collaboration agreement, or it may be appropriate for you to set up a partnership or limited company.
We will talk through the details of your joint venture with you to ensure that the written agreement covers every issue. Main points often include the following:
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At Heald Solicitors, our corporate and commercial lawyers can advise you in respect of joint ventures, including negotiating terms on your behalf. While our office is in Milton Keynes, we regularly work with clients throughout England and Wales, often remotely, meaning that you can expect the same expert legal advice and excellent client care wherever you are located.
If you wish to talk to an expert joint ventures solicitor, please get in touch with our legal expert Ana-Maria Badeanu.01908 355427
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