Equity Contribution Agreement Law and Legal Definition

The Equity Contribution Agreement (“Agreement”) is an agreement between two or more parties agreeing to pool certain capital, cash, and other assets in a company to conduct certain business in exchange for equity in the company conducting the venture. This Equity Contribution Agreement provides the name and address of the organization to be created. It also provides information on the cash contributor and in-kind contributor who are party to this Agreement. The In-Kind Contributors and the Cash Contributors in this Agreement desires to pool their resources, assets and expertise to form a limited liability company. Further, this Agreement also specifies the nature and the terms of the relationship between the different contributors.