Cooperation Agreement

With Cooperation Agreement the contracting parties agree on a cooperation for the purpose of some mutual objective. Usually the result is gaining benefit for both parties, be it direct profit or increase in the public awareness regarding the party itself or the goods or services provided. Avokaado’s Cooperation Agreement:

  • is suitable for using in various forms of cooperation
  • enables the provision of monetary obligations of the parties
  • can be used both by private persons and companies

Price with Free plan 21 € / time ~10 min
How to create documents?
  1. Answer simple questions
  2. Review the document
  3. Sign, download or share

Frequently asked questions

Does the cooperation agreement have to be in writing?

The cooperation agreement may include elements from various types of agreement on which in some cases a mandatory written or notarized format may be prescribed (for example an agreement aimed at the transfer of real estate). While usually the cooperation agreement has no mandatory format, it is still advisable to conclude the agreement in writing in order to avoid potential disputes and vagueness regarding the agreements related to the cooperation.

Can the parties cancel the agreement?

The parties may always cancel the agreement by mutual agreement and the parties also have the option to agree in the agreement whether it can be cancelled without any violation from the other party or the agreement remains valid until the end of the cooperation project in case no violations occur.

Although, either party may cancel the agreement extraordinarily if it becomes evident that, bearing in mind all the circumstances and the interests of both parties, the party wishing to cancel the agreement cannot be expected to continue performance of the agreement until the completion of the cooperation project.

How to choose the governing law?

Usually the parties of the agreement have the right to choose the governing law. However, if the parties have chosen foreign law to govern the document, whether or not accompanied by the choice of foreign jurisdiction, shall not, where all the elements relevant to the contract at the time of the choice are connected with one state only, prejudice application of such rules of the law of the state which cannot be derogated from by contract (mandatory rules).

In choosing the governing law it should be kept in mind that also the disputes arising from the agreement (incl. judicial disputes) will be settled based on the chosen law. Therefore, if a foreign law is chosen, it should be assessed, whether the parties are ready for the application of the foreign law. If there is no connection with any foreign country then it is advisable to apply Estonian law to the agreement.

We also point out that this document has been prepared based on Estonian law and therefore choosing another country's law may (but may not) result in conflicts between the contents of this document and the other country's law.

How to choose the court for dispute settlement?

The parties may choose in which dispute settlement institution their disputes are settled.

Disputes may be settled in court or in arbitral tribunal.

If the parties wish to resolve their disputes in the Estonian court, they have to choose one of the four county courts: Harju county court, Viru county court, Pärnu county court or Tartu county court.

The judgment of the county court can be appealed to the circuit court and then to the Supreme Court.

If the parties have not agreed on any specific court, then usually the statement of claim must be submitted to the court of the place of residence of the respondent.

If the parties wish to resolve disputes in the arbitral tribunal, they have to choose in which one. In Estonia there are two permanent arbitral tribunals - Arbitration Court of the Chamber of Notaries and Arbitration Court of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Estonia.

Arbitration is an alternative way to resolve disputes. Considering that the parties have the right to name the judges and decide the number of judges, the parties can be certain of the knowledge, experience and impartiality of the judges. In addition to that the parties can choose the language of the proceedings, applicable law and rules of procedure.

The judgments of the arbitration court are final and are not to be appealed. The judgment may be annulled by the national court only on exemptions stated by law.

Related documents

High security

Avokaado has been created with security in mind. You can be sure that your data is safe.

What our users say?

I was pleasantly surprised about Avokaado's good value for money. The prices are very reasonable.
Mailis Timmi Idea PR
I liked that the selection of services includes everything I need to organize fairs, from employment contracts to document review.
Auris Rätsep Eesti Messid, Head of Development
Answering questions is easy and does not require any legal knowledge.
Indrek Teder Law firm TEDER
We needed to quickly draft a type of agreement we had not dealt with before. It took us only 15 minutes to draft it in Avokaado and minutes later it was already signed.
Tuuli Semevsky Saag & Semevsky Keelestuudio
Easy For everyone

Easy to use

You don’t need any legal knowledge to draft complicated legal documents

15 min To Ready-To-Use

Quick results

Professional documents within 15 minutes

100% Secure

Secure & Trustworthy

Your documents are secured and data encrypted


Multifunctional Dashboard

All-in-one document creation and management tools


Add members,share folders and documents, comment and negotiate

Digital Signature

Digital signing without leaving Avokaado

Smart Contract Builder

Make choices and build a contract tailored for your needs

Instant Notifications

Set reminders and get notified of any action related to your account and documents

Quick Review

Ask review for your own or Avokaado documents for a fixed price



Avokaado Newsletter

Stay updated on Legal Tech with our weekly newsletter
* Invalid e-mail


We sent confirmation information to your e-mail address