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Reviewing partnership agreements
  1. Nick Openshaw

    Nick Openshaw is a specialist business and commercial lawyer with a long-standing interest in the veterinary profession. He is based in Bideford, Devon, and is a founder member of, an initiative which aims to provide businesses with a complete package of legal services.


THERE is a general view that business partners should review their partnership arrangements every three to five years. Is this just a form of ‘ambulance-chasing’ on the part of the partnership's professional and financial advisers, or does it make good sense? According to Nick Openshaw, it is the latter, and in this article he discusses why and outlines what such a review might entail.

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