RECORD COMPANY JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT (2 RECORD COMPANIES)

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RECORD COMPANY JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT (2 RECORD COMPANIES)

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This Record Company Joint Venture Agreement is a contract used when two or more record companies want to enter into an agreement to do a project together. One example of such an agreement may be when a smaller label and a larger label enter into an agreement for the larger label to help distribute, market and sell the smaller label's project. It also might be used when two labels put together a compilation record together. This agreement is usually used for only one project and not for an on going relationship. The joint venture becomes a new and separate business entity different from each company.

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