Joint ventures can seem straightforward. Both parties involved however need to be clear on what the venture relates to. How long will it exist, what to do with any assets or equity and who controls what. Shares, revenue time and investment will require some thought too. Since joint ventures can be arranged in different ways, both parties need to agree on which best suits their project.

Before entering in to any form of agreement, talk to one of our Howlett Clarke experts. Using our expertise, we work in partnership with you. We ensure your interests are documented and protected in the proper way.

At Howlett Clarke, we work in partnership with you to allow you to make the best of your business partnership. Talk to us today and together, we can make the most of your new adventure.

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