Run a Business Partnership
By Alex Tanglao, Updated: 2023-01-18 (published on 2017-06-20)
A business partnership allows two or more people to share ownership of a single business.
Partnerships enable a sharing of responsibility and increase the ability to raise funds compared to a business that operates as a sole trader. However, partners are jointly and individually liable for the actions of the other partners, which means their personal assets are at risk. There should therefore always be a strong element of trust between partners.
It is important to consider the advantages and disadvantages when deciding what type of business structure is right for you.
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- Partnership Agreement
- Dissolution of Partnership Deed
- Sale of Goods Agreement
- Employment Contract
- Supply of Services Agreement
- Letter of Intent (Memorandum of Understanding)
- Confidentiality Agreement