Trudie Nicholas Agriculture and Commercial Property Solicitor
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Partnerships can be made very easily, including by verbal agreement or a mere handshake. Leaving your rights and liabilities to be decided under the default position of the Partnership Act 1890, can be undesirable. It is always a safer and more sensible option to put your partnership agreement in writing, as this allows you to minimise unnecessary conflict and costly legal proceedings, if the partnership breaks down. A written partnership agreement adds certainty and structure to your business relationship with your partner/s.