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GP Partnership Agreements
A well-drafted and up-to-date partnership agreement is essential for the effective and smooth running of a practice. These agreements should include provisions relating to profit shares, property ownership, retirement, and disputes.
Once a partnership agreement has been agreed, it is essential to keep it up-to-date to ensure that it remains in force, to reflect both changes in the partnership, and changes in the law.
How we can help
- GP partnership agreements (PMS, GMS & APMS)
- LLP agreements
- Fixed share and salaried partnership agreements
- Partner admissions and departure advice (including retirement deeds and deeds of dissolution)
- Partners’ performance and disciplinary issues
- Expulsion and dissolution advice; and
- Agreements for the transfer of property between the partners, ranging from transfers on retirement, death, admission of new partners or internal restructuring.
- Drafting a suite of contractual documentation for a sole practitioner’s 24 hour retirement
- Drafting a deed of dissolution for a partnership where one of the partners retiring on ill health
- Drafting a partnership agreement for sole practitioner taking on new partner before his retirement
- Drafting a partnership agreement necessitated by admission of new GP joining sole practitioner
- Advising on proposed merger of GP practices; and
- Advising on 24 hour retirement.
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