How to Write a Letter of Joint Cooperation

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A letter of joint cooperation is a written agreement between one or more parties. Typically, these parties are participants in a project or activity that usually requires the pooling of resources in order to accomplish a particular goal. For example, two prominent business executives may agree to work together on a plan for revitalising downtown. Or opponents in a labour dispute may decide to end lawsuits over an issue and work cooperatively to reach an agreement. Whatever the purpose, the creation of a letter of joint cooperation follows a fairly standard format.

Skill level:
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Instructions

  1. 1

    Review the proposed project or activity to confirm that you fully understand what it is and what the parties are seeking to accomplish.

  2. 2

    Write the letter using the business letterhead of at least one of the parties.

  3. 3

    Open the letter by stating that it is a letter of joint cooperation. Identify the parties involved in the project. Explain the initiative and tell why the parties are coming together to support it. Write the letter in a businesslike yet upbeat tone.

  4. 4

    Use bullet points to list the key objectives of the cooperative effort. Also list several benefits that the parties hope to achieve from the partnership.

  5. 5

    Add other relevant information. Additional information might include a discussion of the timeline for completion of the objective, the responsibilities of each party and the financial contributions the parties are donating to the project.

  6. 6

    Obtain signatures on the letter from all the parties involved. Include participants' titles and company names if applicable.

Tips and warnings

  • Letters of joint cooperation usually are not legally binding.

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