1 Elements and Case Citations
A joint venture is formed under New York law when:
- two or more persons enter into an agreement to carry on a venture for profit;
- the agreement evinces their intent to be joint venturers;
- each contributes property, financing, skill, knowledge, or effort;
- each has some degree of joint control over the venture;
- and provision is made for the sharing of both profits and losses.
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