Business Purchase Agreement  or Acquisition Contract

A Business Purchase Agreement or Business Acquisition Contract is a contract used to transfer the ownership of a business from a seller to a buyer. It includes the terms of the sale, what is or is not included in the sale price, and optional clauses and warranties to protect both the seller and the purchaser after the transaction has been completed.

Business Purchase Agreement includes:-

  • Defined Terms & Interpretation
  • Sale And Price
  • Conditions Precedent To Completion
  • Post Completion Period
  • Completion
  • Stock In Trade
  • Debtors
  • Adjustment Payments
  • Employment And Superannuation
  • Premises Lease
  • Licence
  • Competition
  • Requisitions
  • Warranties And General Indemnities
  • Default
  • Goods And Services Tax
  • Confidentiality
  • Stamp Duty, Tax, Costs And Expenses
  • Income Tax Assessment Act
  • Telephone
  • Service Agreements
  • Claims By Clients
  • Dispute Resolution
  • General
  • Seller
  • Stakeholder
  • Sellers Solicitors
  • Location Of Premises
  • Real Property Description Of Premises
  • Business Name
  • Telephone Number Of Business
  • Facsimile Number Of Business
  • Email Address And Domain Name
  • Deposit
  • Requisition Amount
  • Post Completion Requisition Amount
  • Key Persons
  • Particulars Of License
  • Assignment Of New Lease
  • New Lease Requirements
  • Authority
  • Accuracy Of Information
  • Conduct Of Business
  • Financial Position
  • Title
  • Tangible Assets
  • Premises
  •  Premises Lease
  • Employees
  • Unions
  • Funding Of Seller’s Fund
  • Authorisations
  • Litigation
  • Solvency
  • Records
  • Tax And Duties
  • Claims
  • Intellectual Property
  • Restraint Of Trade

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