If, for any reason, a provision of this agreement is found to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, such disability, illegality or inapplicability will not affect any other provision of this agreement, but that agreement is interpreted as whether invalid, illegal or unenforceable provisions were never included in this agreement, unless the removal of those provisions results in such a substantial change. which would lead to the conclusion of the transactions envisaged by this agreement. In one way or another, I would not be unreasonable No waiver of a violation, the omission of a condition or right or remedy contained in the provisions of this Agreement takes effect, unless it is signed in writing and by the party waiving the violation, omission, law or remedy. No waiver of a violation, omission, right or remedy is considered a waiver of other offences, failures, rights or remedies, similar or not, and no waiver constitutes a permanent waiver, unless the writing indicates. 1. DISSOLUTION. In accordance with this agreement and the terms of the partnership agreement, the partners hereafter agree that the partnership will effectively be terminated from the date of „dissolution“ in accordance with the sections of the partnership agreement. The dissolution of a partnership could indicate the beginning of a new chapter, the end of a business that does not work, or even the restructuring of a growing business. Whatever the reason, a partnership resolution contract (also known as a partnership break contract) helps protect against litigation and ensures security.

This partnership dissolution agreement exists between , an individuala (s) („Partner One“) and an individuala (n) („Partner Two“). and , an individual a (s) („Partner Three“). and , only one a (s) („Partner Four“). and , an individual a (s) („Partner Five“). If a partner of a company or a member of a limited liability company (LIMITED Liability Company, LLC) wishes to withdraw or resign, the dissolution and departure of the LLC partner or member may be resolved by reference to a dissolution agreement that was previously incorporated into the social or social contract (enterprise contract).