Amendments and amendments to the text of this consortium agreement, which are not expressly listed in Article 220.127.116.11, require a separate agreement between all parties. In Germany, the prevailing view is that the consortium is a kind of intra-judicial partnership (Article 705-740 BGB). In the field of external relations, the members of the consortium can decide on the joint and several liability that results from the . 421 BGB is regulated, whereas internally there is sometimes an exemption from this liability. Joint ventures often include credit consortia (credit consortia), issuers of securities, mainly shares (issue consortia), construction consortia (construction consortia) and profit pools (result pools). Sometimes, goal partnerships established for the sharing of construction facilities (planning companies) are listed in a category with the consortium and the pool. Cooperation agreements under German law do not constitute a uniform legal nature. There are a wide variety of legal forms of cooperation that could be carefully qualified as consortium agreements. These include a civil partnership in its internal and occasional variants (occasional company), as well as a partnership of construction contractors (ARGE) and a structure simply called a “consortium”.  Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, the company that built the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System in the 1970s, was originally a consortium of BP, ARCO, ConocoPhillips, Exxon, Mobil, Unocal and Koch Alaska Pipeline Company. [Citation required] A consortium is a group of two or more individuals, companies or governments working together to achieve a common goal.
Companies participating in a consortium pool resources, but they are only responsible for obligations defined in the consortium agreement. Any company under the consortium therefore remains independent of its normal activities and has no say in the activities of another member that are not related to the consortium. There is a clear motivation to start drawing up the agreement as soon as possible. This may be the case during the preparatory phase of the proposal, when operational relations between partners are in place and tasks are assigned. It is a good practice to ensure that the project is well planned, including all legal aspects, before it is presented. This practice can help avoid unwanted conflicts between partners in the future. Note: The costs of developing a consortium agreement are non-refundable, as the consortium agreement must be signed before the grant agreement is signed. However, the costs associated with updating the consortium agreement are eligible if they are incurred during the duration of the action.
A consortium (plural: consortia) is an association of two or more individuals, companies, organizations or governments (or any combination of these entities) with the aim of participating in a common activity or pooling their resources to achieve a common goal.