Drafting an LLP agreement
A limited liability partnership agreement is a legally binding contract made between the members of the LLP but sometimes also with the LLP itself, as another party to the contract.
The agreement outlines the rights, duties, responsibilities and liability of each member and sets out how the partnership will be managed.
If you do not have an LLP agreement it may create difficulties when you exit the LLP, whether due to retirement or for any other reason.
We will sit down with you and learn about your needs. One of our specialist company commercial lawyers will then draft an appropriately worded agreement.
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