Can you share a sample partnership agreement?

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Kirsty Fox

Kirsty Fox, Principal at

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Hi Kellie,

I don't, and I would still suggest you see a solicitor/lawyer to work out the nuts and bolts.

Good luck!

Neil Steggall

Neil Steggall, Partner at Wardour Capital Partners

Hi Kellie, I have often used to source basic documents. Ideally one would use a lawyer, however, costs are often prohibitive and this is a great alternative. Cheers, Neil.

Dave Williams

Dave Williams, Sales & Business Consulting & Separate Online Retail Store at

Hello Kellie, Drop me an email and I can send you one I use. It's very simple and sales based but my clients have been happy to use it. How far it would stand in a court of law, I don't know but I'm more about business on my word, so it's never been an issue in several years. dave at Dave

Terry Chadban

Terry Chadban, Founder/Manager at Port Macquarie Online Marketing

Hi Kellie,
As others have suggested, getting advice from a solicitor experienced in business matters is your best and safest choice. Second best if you are short on funds is to use Australian law websites to get Australian documents. Two you can check out are Lawpath and LegalVision.