The situation would change if, exceptionally, the programme of work provided for the conclusion of a AC prior to the signing of the General Assembly. These additional conditions of participation could be included in accordance with Article 9(5) of the RfP. In this case, if the European Commission is aware of the absence of a conclusion of the CA, the European Commission would not sign the grant agreement. Although it is not mandatory, we recommend referring to the structure and guidelines of the DESCA when developing a consortium agreement. As I said above, it is advisable to use experienced legal assistance in the preparation of this agreement. The desCA presentation should only be referenced as a means of structuring the agreement in general and taking into account important aspects to be taken into consideration. . . .
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