A management committee is elected by a majority of the partners who conduct the operations of the partnership and, by its majority decision, it is empowered to manage all the commercial relations of the partnership, with the exception of those made available exclusively to the partners. Any partner has the right to manage the affairs of the partnership in normal business. However, no partner can: a business partnership agreement helps to outline the conditions for a new business partnership. In the absence of a partnership agreement, partners may disagree on how to manage the operation. A written partnership agreement outlining core business practices can help mitigate future conflicts before they begin. If you want something other than the norm, with this agreement you can fairly distribute the gains and losses among the partners, according to the contributions of each partner or according to your own percentages. . . .