For example, in the case of a two-party joint venture, a 55/45 or 60/40 redistribution is common. When there are three members, we usually see a 40/30/30 split or a 50/30/20 split, although all types of redistribution are possible depending on the parties involved and the nature of the project.  For example, in the KSA, the GTPL deals with contractual joint ventures in its implementing rules. Article 31 of those provisions provides that tenderers are to execute their contractual agreement (`the solidarity agreement`) before the submission of their tender and have them certified before the Chamber of Commerce or an equivalent authority. Article 31 also contains several paragraphs dealing with the expected content of such a solidarity agreement. Finally, a UJV or consortium agreement contains model clauses, usually referred to as a boilerplate, which are included in any trade agreement, but which should be properly developed depending on the circumstances. (3) The articles of association of the partnership must provide that all the partners are jointly and severally liable and liable for all the obligations of the company. [SEC Opinion of 29 February 1980] While a 50/50 joint venture is possible, it is customary for one member to have a larger share than the other member. That majority partner shall be designated as the director of the joint venture; they will propose a project manager empowered to represent the joint venture to the employer and third parties and to assume responsibility for the overall coordination of the project. However, the powers of the project manager are usually closely controlled by a steering committee composed of a representative of each member and his role will be to implement the guidelines of such a steering committee. Such contractual cooperation is a way of sharing the risks associated with a capital project and the financial burden of project bonds, which can be very large. From a commercial point of view, the contractual joint venture offers more flexibility than the registered joint venture, which binds two companies more permanently than equity partners. Other clauses may be agreed to deal with a possible extension of the joint venture (during the offer or subcontracting) or the reduction of a joint venture or the replacement of a member by another company, subject of course to the prior agreement of the employer. .