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This document is a Joint Venture / Consortium Agreement to Supply Products. It is a legally binding agreement entered into by multiple parties for the purpose of strengthening economic and technological cooperation. The agreement aims to produce and sell products, as well as study and develop new products. The document begins with an interpretation section, defining key terms used throughout the agreement. It also includes provisions for the establishment and operation of the joint venture, including the appointment of a JV leader and representatives. The agreement outlines the participants' responsibilities and obligations, as well as the allocation of work under the production agreement. It also covers important aspects such as language, exclusivity, executive authority, documents, personnel, assignment and third parties, severability, participant in default, duration of the agreement, liability, insurance, promotional and project costs, profits, losses, remuneration, financial administration and accounting, guarantees and bonds, dispute resolutions, notices and service, entire agreement, amendment, and no rights of third parties. The agreement concludes with the signatures of the authorized representatives of the participating parties.
To use this document, follow these steps:
1. Familiarize yourself with the terms and definitions used in the agreement by referring to the interpretation section.
2. Ensure that all participating parties are identified correctly, including the JV leader and representatives.
3. Review the participants' responsibilities and obligations, as well as the allocation of work under the production agreement.
4. Determine the language in which the agreement will be written and interpreted.
5. Agree on exclusivity, ensuring that participants will not engage in any activity related to the project outside of the joint venture.
6. Establish the executive authority, including the policy committee and the roles of the JV leader and representatives.
7. Determine the procedures for creating and handling documents related to the joint venture.
8. Appoint local representatives and a production manager, ensuring clear lines of responsibility and communication.
9. Consider the financial administration and accounting procedures, including the participants' obligations and the handling of advance payments.
10. Discuss insurance coverage and the allocation of liabilities.
11. Determine the reimbursement of promotional and project costs, as well as the sharing of profits and losses.
12. Establish the financial policy and remuneration, including the participants' rights to recover promotional costs.
13. Consider the participants' responsibilities for keeping accounts and dealing with tax and social security matters.
14. Determine the requirements for guarantees and bonds.
15. Establish procedures for dispute resolution.
16. Ensure that all notices and communications are in writing and properly served.
17. Review the entire agreement to ensure that all necessary provisions are included.
18. Any changes to the agreement must be made in writing and signed by the parties involved.
19. Remember that this agreement does not confer any rights or causes of action upon third parties.
Please note that this guidance is a summary and should not be considered legal advice. It is recommended to consult with a legal professional for specific guidance and to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.