Cooperation Agreement Between 2 Companies

A cooperation agreement defines the rights and obligations of the cooperating companies. These rights and obligations include payment, confidentiality, intellectual property, as well as warranties and indemnities. This cooperation agreement shall be concluded on [date] by and between [party], [party], [party], [party], [party], [party], [party], [party], [party], [party], [party]. The Parties believe that it may be necessary, under this Agreement, for information of a protected or confidential nature (the “Protected Information”) to be transferred to other information. Such information must be clearly identified by the disclosed party at the time of disclosure or under other agreements between the parties, unless it is considered copyrighted or confidential by reason of its content and nature by a reasonable person who is familiar with the subject matter of the project or agreement. Except as otherwise provided in Article V of this Agreement and unless this Agreement is extended by a mutual written agreement between the Parties, such Agreement shall automatically terminate on the date of the occurrence of any of the following events, as provided for in the first: (a) each Party declares and warrants that it has the full right and power to enter into this Agreement: and that it is fully able to fulfil all its obligations under this Treaty. 3.1 With regard to cooperation, the parties have agreed that each payment structure will be described. The period of twelve months from the date of entry into force of this Agreement, provided, however, that the Agreement is automatically renewed if, within twelve months of the entry into force of this Agreement, the Customer has not taken a decision or official announcement of the award of the main contract or the award of contracts for the works identified in the Tender as the responsibility of Prime and Subcontractor. . .

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