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Guidelines for Legal and Commercial Structuring Options

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On this page: Find key components to consider during that Relevant Authorities should consider during Project Preparation. Read more below, or visit the Guidelines for Implementing Asset Recycling Transactions section and Content Outline, or Download the Full Report.

The legal and commercial structuring of a project involves defining the ownership model for project implementation, including allocation of roles and responsibilities, and risks between the Relevant Authority and the private sector party. Project structuring also involves defining the key commercial terms for the transaction of the asset under consideration.

Key components

Find details of key components that the Relevant Authority should consider during their Project Preparation for Asset Recycling, as set out below:

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The Guidelines have not been prepared with any specific transaction in mind and are meant to serve only as general guidance. It is therefore critical that the Guidelines be reviewed and adapted for specific transactions To find more, visit the Guidelines to Implementing Asset Recycling Transactions Section Overview and Content Outline, or Download the Full Report.




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Updated: October 2, 2023