Joint Venture Agreement



The Joint Venture Agreement is the contract that establishes the existence and governs the operation of a JV. It sets forth important information such as the purpose of the venture, the ownership interests of the participants, rules regarding management and voting rights, and a host of other matters that need to be agreed upon by the joint venturers to effect a successful collaboration. It is a private, internal document that does not have to be filed with the state.

This bundle includes two JV Agreements: one for JVs with only two members, and another for JVs with 3+ members (where voting rights and management structure may be more complex).