California Business Purchase Agreement
Download an attorney-drafted California business purchase agreement today.
This package includes a business purchase and sale agreement, a sample agreement, and a business bill of sale to easily complete the purchase of an entire business or just the assets.
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Attorney-drafted contracts to help you when buying a business:
We offer an attorney-drafted business purchase agreement and bill of sale that includes a sample business purchase agreement filled out by the same attorney who drafted the original agreement. This sample shows the details of the purchase of a business and what a completed agreement would look like.
Our business purchase agreement covers these areas:
- Inventory, equipment, fixtures, and property
- How the purchase price is allocated for tax purposes
- Payment of purchase price
- Noncompete clause to protect the buyer
- Indemnity clause to protect the buyer
- Costs and expenses
- Warranties and agreements
- Trade names and intellectual property
- Representations of buyers and sellers
- Non assumption of liabilities
- Bulk sales law
- Delivery of books and records
- Administrative provisions
Our attorney-drafted business purchase
agreement and bill of sale is flexible enough to use for buying almost
any type of business. If you are going to purchase the assets of a
business, then you can use the asset purchase agreement.
We also offer an attorney-drafted letter of intent to buy only the assets of a business or the entire business.
Letter of Intent to Purchase a Business
A letter of intent to purchase a business is used by the buyer and seller to decide whether there is sufficient agreement between them to proceed with the sale of the business. When a letter of intent is drafted, it normally sets forth the basic terms of the proposed transaction and is nonbinding.
A letter of intent to buy a business is used to make sure the buyer and seller agree on the major points of the purchase and sale of the business. In this way, if there is a disagreement about the transaction, then the buyer has not wasted time and money preparing a detailed purchase agreement.
We offer an attorney-drafted letter of intent to buy only the assets of a business or a letter of intent to purchase the entire business.
Report on Purchasing a Business and Due Diligence Checklist
Many things need to be done before and after you buy a business. Our 10-page report will give you a clear outline of the entire buying process and includes a due diligence checklist of things that should be done before and after closing. You will save time and reduce your chances of overlooking important issues.
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• California Business Purchase Agreements
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