Webinar - Agriculture

Partnership Agreements

The partnership is a common and often very effective business structure for those in the farming community. This bite-size webinar is intended to help you firstly identify a partnership and then look at how a written partnership can help preserve the partnership and protect the partners.

Peter Snodgrass and Jennie Wheildon will be in conversation discussing:

What you need to consider when putting a partnership agreement in place
How they have seen these used successfully by farming families
Some of the problems they have encountered with them
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