Joint Ventures can take many forms depending on the purpose:
They can be designed for a single venture or for a long-term multi-faceted relationship. Both companies and individuals can be partners in any of the forms of partnership. The arrangements can be domestic or cross border. The interests of the parties in the venture can be equal or unequal.
Different legislation and tax rules will apply to different structures and different (and possibly conflicting) codes of law can affect international JVs.
We can help you to choose the right structure for your venture and then prepare the documents you need to put it into effect, working with fellow professionals to achieve the best results for tax or cross-border issues. We can also help and advise on the ongoing business of the JV whatever form it takes.
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