Joint Venture Agreement for India
Index of the contract
Joint Venture Agreement for India used to regulate relations between Indian companies and foreign companies which set up a company in India to jointly conduct a business activity for different purposes: manufacturing, marketing, research, etc. The Agreement complies with the provisions of the Indian Partnership Act (1982) for incorporation of Joint Ventures in India and also the requirements stipulated by the FIPB (Foreign Investment Promotion Board) for approval of foreign investments in India.
This Joint Venture Agreement includes all the most important clauses to regulate relations between a foreign company and its partner in India: object of the Joint Venture, territory, capital, restrictions on partners, duties of partners, accounts, disputes and governing law.
The Contract is in English, which is the official language used when drawing up Joint Ventures Contracts in India. A guide in English on Negotiating Contracts in India is provided with the contract.