Company sale agreements
Use these agreements to buy all the shares in a company. They deal with important corporate related matters before moving on the detailed area of warranties.
Variants provide for all situations, from buying a single company in a low value transaction to buying a group of companies with real property where extensive warranties are crucial.
If you are buying the business and its assets, rather than the shares, use one of our agreements for the sale or purchase of a business.
Use this agreement to buy or sell any limited company in a straight forward cash deal with no retention or conditional payment. It is suitable for any size of company, working in any industry. Whether you are a seller or a buyer, this should suit you well. The company owns no real property. The warranties are extensive, but straight forward. They protect the buyer fully. Use this template when negotiating terms and as a final sale contract. Disclosure letter layout included.
This is comprehensive company purchase agreement for a "group" of companies. That is, the purchase of two or more companies where one owns over 50% of the share capital of the other. It is for a simple all-cash deal. It is suitable for any size of group, working in any industry. You may have one small subsidiary or a large number of different companies running different businesses. We have assumed that the group owns real property. You will also find an exhaustive list of warranties and a draft disclosure letter. Whether you are a seller or a buyer, this should suit you well.
A comprehensive company purchase agreement. Company owns property too. Agreement includes full set of warranties and draft form of disclosure letter. Suitable agreement for any size of company, in any industry. The purchase price is part paid in cash and part in shares of the buyer.
A comprehensive company sale agreement for sale of single company for cash and shares in the buyer company. Provision for additional price if warranted profit is met. Includes an exhaustive list of warranties and a draft form of disclosure letter. Suitable for any size of company, in any industry. Use this template when first negotiating terms and as a final sale contract.
This is a comprehensive company purchase agreement to buy a single company with no subsidiaries. The deal gives extra protection to the buyer through part of price being held back and released later, conditional upon profit. This agreement is suitable for any size of company, working in any industry. You will find an exhaustive list of warranties and a draft disclosure letter. Our guidance notes will tell you what you can change safely, and what we advise not to change.
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