There are a different business structures that you can opt from when setting up your business. The four main forms of business structures commonly used by small businesses are:
• Sole trader: an individual trading on their own.
• Partnership: an association of people or entities carrying on a business together, but not as a company.
• Trust: an entity that holds property or income for the benefit of others.
• Company: a legal entity separate from its shareholders.
Every business structure has pros and cons. But you must choose that business structure that best compatible with your business requirements. You are required to investigate each business option carefully before choosing a business structure.
Because it is an important decision that can determine the licenses you will need to operate.
Partnership agreement is a legally binding contract. Partnership agreement involves two or more co-owners( up to a 20) participating together in a business with an intention to make and share profits, and an understanding that these co-owners (or partners) act on behalf of each other in the business.
There are number of advantages attribute to partnership such as few government regulation; tax advantages;share risk ; no need to disclose information to public ; inexpensive to set up; more people to share work load and more people to share losses and business risks
In Australia, each state has its own partnership law such as:
• ACT – Partnership Act 1963
• NSW – Partnership Act 1892
• NT – Partnership Act 1997
• QLD – Partnership Act 1891
• SA – Partnership Act 1891
• TAS – Partnership Act 1891
The partnership law clearly explains the rules on how to set up a partnership. The Partnership law does not require that partnership contract must be in written form. Partnership agreement can be made orally. But to avoid the disputes it is good practice that you must enter into a written partnership agreement with your prospective partner. A written partnership form can be used as a point of reference in the case of disputes between the partners. Therefore a written partnership contract is a key document in any partnership.
The partnership agreement can also give all partners a clearer understanding of their rights, responsibilities and obligations as a partner. It is advisable to review your partnership agreement regularly.
The mutual rights and duties of partners, whether ascertained by partnership agreement or defined by the Partnership Act, may be varied by the consent of all the partners, and such consent may be either expressed or inferred from a course of dealing.
Partnership agreement template commonly covers a number of matters, including:
• the nature and purpose of the business ;
• capital contributions of each partner (cash as well as non-cash contributions such as time) ;
• profit and loss allocation ;
• authority of each partner ;
• how to admit new partners ;
• what happens if a partner dies (sometimes the business is dissolved and liquidated but not always) ;
• how to buy out a partner’s share – when one or more partners wish to exit the business, for example ;
• signature authority on the business’s bank accounts;
• How conflicts will be resolved.
The major disadvantage of the partnership is unlimited liability of the partners because every partner is jointly and severally liable in the partnership. In the partnership agreement, you and other partner may define the nature of liability but legally each partner liability towards creditor is unlimited. As a partner you are not only liable for your own acts, but also for the acts of your partners, over which you may have little or no control.
No majority of the partners can expel any partner unless a power to do so has been conferred by express agreement between the partners. Where the partnership agreement does not specify the duration of partnership then the other party may retire from the partnership by giving notice to other partner for such purpose. The partnership agreement that does not specify the term of partnership is called partnership at will.
Partnership law dose not allow the partners to carry on the same business as of the partnership without the consent of the other partners. If any partner carries on the same business then he must pay the all profits to the firm that is gained by that business.
The partnership can be dissolved subject to the partnership agreement:
• If entered into for a fixed term, by the expiration of that term;
• If entered into for a single adventure or undertaking, by the termination of that adventure or undertaking;
• If entered into for an undefined time, by any partner giving notice to the other or others of the partner’s intention to dissolve the partnership.
www.contractcentral.com The General Partnership Agreement is easy to form and involves two or more people (not a husband and wife) jointly running the business and having a share in the profits as they are outlined in the agreement. The same applies to debts and liabilities. Every partner has an equal vote. The general partnership itself is not subject to any income tax. One of the advantages to the general partnership is that no state filing, registration, or ongoing reporting is required. This General PartnershipAgreement form is professionally formatted, prepared by a top attorney, can be easily modified, downloaded instantly, includes free customer support, and is backed by our 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee.
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Lunar Landing Research Vehicle (LLRV) in flight
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Title: Lunar Landing Research Vehicle (LLRV) in flight
Description: this 1965 NASA Flight Reserch Center photograph the Lunar Landing Research Vehicle (LLRV) is shown at near maximum altitude over the south base at Edwards Air Force Base. When Apollo planning was underway in 1960, NASA was looking for a simulator to profile the descent to the moon’s surface. Three concepts surfaced: an electronic simulator, a tethered device, and the ambitious Dryden contribution, a free-flying vehicle. All three became serious projects, but eventually the NASA Flight Research Center’s (FRC) Landing Research Vehicle (LLRV) became the most significant one. Hubert M. Drake is credited with originating the idea, while Donald Bellman and Gene Matranga were senior engineers on the project, with Bellman, the project manager. Simultaneously, and independently, Bell Aerosystems Company, Buffalo, N.Y., a company with experience in vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft, had conceived a similar free-flying simulator and proposed their concept to NASA headquarters. NASA Headquarters put FRC and Bell together to collaborate. The challenge was; to allow a pilot to make a vertical landing on earth in a simulated moon environment, one sixth of the earth’s gravity and with totally transparent aerodynamic forces in a "free flight" vehicle with no tether forces acting on it. Built of tubular aluminum like a giant four-legged bedstead, the vehicle was to simulate a lunar landing profile from around 1500 feet to the moon’s surface. To do this, the LLRV had a General Electric CF-700-2V turbofan engine mounted vertically in gimbals, with 4200 pounds of thrust. The engine, using JP-4 fuel, got the vehicle up to the test altitude and was then throttled back to support five-sixths of the vehicle’s weight, simulating the reduced gravity of the moon. Two hydrogen-peroxide lift rockets with thrust that could be varied from 100 to 500 pounds handled the LLRV’s rate of descent and horizontal translations. Sixteen smaller hydrogen-peroxide rockets, mounted in pairs, gave the pilot control in pitch, yaw, and roll. On the LLRV, in case of jet engine failure, six-500-pounds-of thrust rockets could be used by the pilot to carefully apply lift thrust during the rapid descent to hopefully achieve a controllable landing. The pilot’s platform extended forward between two legs while an electronics platform, similarly located, extended rearward. The pilot had a zero-zero ejection seat that would then lift him away to safety. Weight and balance design constraints were among the most challenging to meet for all phases of the program (design, development, operations). The two LLRVs were shipped disassembled from Bell to the FRC in April 1964, with program emphasis placed on vehicle No. 1. The scene then shifted to the old South Base area of Edwards Air Force Base. On the day of the first flight, Oct. 30, 1964, NASA research pilot Joe Walker flew it three times for a total of just under 60 seconds, to a peak altitude of approximately 10 feet. By mid-1966 the NASA Flight Research Center had accumulated enough data from the LLRV flight program to give Bell a contract to deliver three Lunar Landing Training Vehicles (LLTVs) at a cost of .5 million each. As 1966 ended, the LLRV #1 had flown 198 flights, and the LLRV #2 was being assembled, instrumented and cockpit modifications made at the South Base. The first flight of the number two LLRV in early January 1967 was quickly followed by five more. In December 1966 vehicle No. 1 was shipped to Houston, followed by No. 2 in mid January 1967. When Dryden’s LLRVs arrived at Houston they joined the first of the LLTVs to eventually make up the five-vehicle training and simulator fleet. All five vehicles were relied on for simulation and training of moon landings.
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