Four Parties Limited Partnership Agreement (a general partnership) will be established under local law. It provides a basic Limited Partnership framework only. This agreement is drafted in favour of the General Partner.
LP1, LP2 and LP3 (each a "Limited Partner", together with the "Limited Partners”) wish to establish a partnership with the General Partner (each a “Partner”, together with the “Partners”) in [Territory] under the name of [name] (the Partnership) for the purpose of [business].
The Partners wish to regulate their relationship as partners in the Partnership and the management of the Partnership in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.
The Business shall be conducted in the best interests of the Partnership on sound commercial profit-making principles in accordance with the Business Plan. The Partners shall use all reasonable endeavours to procure its prompt and effective implementation.
This shareholders' agreement should be carefully read by the partners involved.
All partners should sign and return a copy, and once signed, all parties should get a copy.
To avoid any future disputes, all parties may wish to have their signatures witnessed.
If any of the parties wish to amend the agreement in the future, all parties should agree to do so, and the original agreement and amendments should be recorded in writing and signed by all parties.
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