Business Sale Agreements

There are 5 items in this category

There are two principal ways of buying or selling a business - you are either trading business assets or, in the case of a company, shares in that company are traded.

Anyone buying a business ought to investigate it first. This is known as Due Diligence. A Confidentiality Agreement is always recommended for both sides before the Due Diligence exercise begins.

This section contains example business sale contracts and business purchase agreements.

 
lawyer All our contracts are drafted by a team of qualified lawyers, each of whom contributes in his or her area of expertise

 

 

 

Important Notice
This notice applies to all materials and information available on this website.

The contents of this site are protected by copyright. They may not be reproduced, distributed or published in any way without the consent of The ContractStore Ltd.

All information and materials on this site are provided on an 'as is' basis and are not intended in any way to be comprehensive. Any reader making use of this site does so at his/her own risk and readers are advised to take independent professional advice before acting on any information or materials found here. The ContractStore Ltd accepts no responsibility and gives no representations or warranties, express or implied, that any of the information and materials on this site are complete, accurate or free from errors or omissions.

Registered office: Acre House, 11/15 William Road, London NW1 3EW, United Kingdom
©ContractStore Ltd, 2012. All rights reserved.

Contact us | About us | CookiesCopyright notice | Terms and Conditions

 We use cookies to provide visitors with a good user experience. New regulations mean we need your consent for this use. For more information click here