Free Webinar – Business sale via “share sale” rather than “asset sale”

by Andrew Lind on 5 February, 14

Tuesday 25 February 2014 – Short & Sharp Client Webinar – 12.30 – 1.00pm (Brisbane time)  – Business sale via “share sale” rather than “asset sale”

  • Key differences between the two transactions:
    • What is being sold
    • Form of agreement
    • Assignments and consents
    • Warranties. The buyer needs them and seller is often reluctant to give them. What is essential and what is not?
    • Due diligence
    • Stamp duty
  • “Going concern” issues for GST
  • Settlement and adjustments

Presenter: Mark Northage (Senior Lawyer) has been advising in Commercial Law for decades.

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