Chartered Management Accountants | Milton Keynes
Your agreement should set out the rules governing how the partnership operates, and should cover the main ´What happens if …´ situations. If there is no agreement, there will be a large element of uncertainty, and applying the underlying law, such as the Partnership Act 1890, may well lead to undesirable results.
It is usually best to have a partnership agreement drawn up by a solicitor, but before you reach that stage you should think about exactly what you want the agreement to cover. In particular, you should consider:
In the public sector, you can experience a rise in the involvement of umbrella companies.
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