The following Corporate precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
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This Agreement is made on [insert day and month] 20[insert year]
[insert name of first shareholder] incorporated in England and Wales under number [insert company number] whose registered office is at [insert address] (Party A); and
[insert name of second shareholder] incorporated in England and Wales under number [insert company number] whose registered office is at [insert address] (Party B),
each of Party A and Party B being a Party and together Party A and Party B are the Parties
The Parties propose to enter into negotiations concerning a proposed joint venture to [insert purpose of joint venture] (the Joint Venture).
In order to explore, discuss, evaluate and negotiate the proposed Joint Venture (the Purpose), the Parties will be mutually disclosing Information to each other.
The parties agree:
Definitions and interpretation
In this Agreement, unless otherwise provided:
means any employee, director, consultant, agent or representative and legal and financial adviser of either Party and any other [insert name] firm, individual or company engaged in providing services directly to that Party [and OR or] who has been previously approved in writing by the Parties[[ including OR being] those persons whose names are specified in Part A
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