Cooperation agreements are used by parties wishing to set up a contractual joint venture. The content of a cooperation agreement differs depending on the nature of the transaction: for example, if the project includes immovable property, there are specific provisions to protect the immovable property used in the project; If the project is a technology project, there are specific provisions to determine who owns and is responsible for the intellectual property created in the project. A business collaboration agreement defines the commercial contribution of each party and how one party pays the other for its contributions. This contract does not confer intellectual property rights, which means that the intellectual property rights created by a party remain in the hands of that party. A business collaboration agreement is a contract for two parties of cooperation in a company. It allows them to combine resources and expertise such as skills, technology, IP, products or marketing strategies. This Commercial Cooperation Agreement is addressed to the party making the payment by customers or customers. . .