Sample Agreement

Band Partnership Deed

This sample Band Partnership Deed is designed to be used where a group of performers either wishes to join together and form a band, or already exist as a band and they want to formalise and document the terms on which they work together.

This template is an alternative to the simpler Band Partnership Letter Agreement. It is a comprehensive partnership agreement suitable for more established bands committed to careers in the music industry. It deals in more detail with financial arrangements, member obligations and changes to band membership.

This Band Partnership Deed includes the most common terms a band will need to consider and agree to such as:

  1. Band Partnership Agreement
  2. Definitions
  3. Band Name
  4. Decision Making
  5. Incoming Band Members
  6. Departure of Band Member from the Band
  7. Dissolution
  8. Consequences of Dissolution
  9. Band Member's Obligations
  10. Ownership of the Band's trade mark
  11. Bank Account
  12. Band income and expenses
  13. Band Assets
  14. Liabilities
  15. Indemnification
  16. Accounts and Insurance
  17. Copyright and Moral Rights
  18. Confidentiality
  19. Dispute Resolution
  20. Governing Law
  21. Counterparts
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