Category: Warranties

Asset Sales

Where a business is a limited company, the business sale/purchase will take place in one of two ways. The first involves the transfer of ownership of the assets of the business from seller to buyer. The second involves the buyer purchasing the shares of the company which owns the assets. There are advantages and disadvantages to both methods of disposal and this will be perhaps the most important consideration for the buyer and will frame the rest of the transaction.

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Buying a business – considering some of the key issues

In order to foster the development of one’s business, an undertaking may wish to expand by acquisition. The buyer should consequently have an intelligible strategy that warrants the purchase and provides the necessary criteria for finding a suitable target. It is also imperative that one determines their maximum spending amount and devises a timetable for executing the acquisition.

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Do I need a contract for my website?

Website & Software Contracts The following is a general guide as to what should be discussed between the purchaser and developer when contemplating entering into a website or software one of the above contracts. Website and software development contracts are often seen as complex and time consuming to negotiate and put together as the interests of the purchaser and the developer differ significantly.

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Do I need a contract for my website?

Website & Software Contracts The following is a general guide as to what should be discussed between the purchaser and developer when contemplating entering into a website or software one of the above contracts. Website and software development contracts are often seen as complex and time consuming to negotiate and put together as the interests of the purchaser and the developer differ significantly.

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