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English definition of “joint partnership”

joint partnership

noun
 
 
[C] COMMERCE, MANAGEMENT →  joint venture
[U] LAW, MANAGEMENT the fact of owning something together with another person, organization, etc., or of doing something with someone else or with another organization: The properties are owned in joint partnership with other members of the family. Between five and ten projects a year have been organized in joint partnership with other similar associations.
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