If all goes well, the problems are usually minimal. But if it doesn`t go so well or if you don`t continue with your business partners, what do you do? b) transfer, assumption, endangerment or release of partnership rights, except in the case of full payment. (c) the sale, lease or assumption of ownership of a company or the conclusion of a contract for that purpose, with the exception of the normal activity of the company and with the exception of the mortgage of a social property intended to insure a debt following a transaction authorized in point a). Decision-making The choice of structure also leads to the question of how decisions are made. Do decisions have to be made unanimously? This will often be essential when there are two equal partners. If not, will all parties be able to vote on issues? What happens if one partner is responsible for financing and other partners are “operational”? Situations like this often create an imbalance of power, because, after all, how do you appreciate relative contributions, if everyone can still be decisive for success in their own way? While it is customary that there are unequal positions where there are different types of contributions (for example. B if a financial investor receives a return before others in certain situations), if this is not understood and is really agreed in advance, there is a very good chance that this will become a problem later. Detailed termination rules can help avoid costly litigation when a business needs to be completed, regardless of why they are. This agreement is binding on rights holders, transfer recipients and personal representatives of the parties, unless there is a contrary provision in this agreement. 29.
SEVER STABILITY If or not a partner receives an offer he has requested, from a person who is not the partner to acquire all or part of his interest in the partnership and if the partner receiving the offer is willing to accept it, he must communicate in writing the amount and conditions of the offer, the identity of the proposed seller. and willingness to accept the offer from each of the other partners. The other partners have the option of acquiring, within 45 days of termination, the designated interest or a certain portion of the partner`s interests under the same conditions as those contained in the offer. If both partners choose to exercise their option, they will each contribute half of the consideration and each individually acquire half of the shares of the selling partner. If only one partner exercises the option individually, half of the interest transferred by the other partner by a remaining partner is not entitled. For example, five people with 20 per cent interest each have no control, while an owner over 50 per cent usually has control of other owners. The only way others have a say is to reach an agreement. If the written agreement reached by the partners holding a majority of the company`s capital interests establishes that their capital will not be sufficient for commercial activity at present or is unlikely to be sufficient, these partners may require, by written notification to all partners, an additional capital injection.