Instead of complicated language, coworking agreements are usually much simpler and even simpler, at least when it comes to TRADITIONAL contracts. In fact, most agreements contain only a few key areas, as described in the following terms. This agreement brings together two or more like-minded people, who work in different sectors, to rent a common office and work independently. Rent and other maintenance costs are shared among the members of this contract. If you have any vacancies in your office, license them to other companies that use this office sharing agreement to get useful and lucrative results. If both parties are fully informed, the chances of a successful relationship increase dramatically. This document defines the conditions of the rent of the space and sets clear limits to the relationship. For many companies, the lack of long-term stability due to the reduction in contract duration is a major drawback for coworking, where companies, despite the restrictive nature of traditional rental contracts, still want to have the comfort of knowing that their offices are closed for years to come. . . .