2.2 At the execution date, the shares of sale with the buyers are pledged in order to create a guarantee for the buyers, and a share guarantee contract is executed and signed between the seller and the buyer. In the event of a share sale, only ownership of the company`s shares is transferred. As the company`s shareholders change, their assets (including business contracts, agreements and licenses) will remain with the company. From the outside, it seems that very little has changed and that customers and suppliers will generally be happy to continue working with the company as before. However, some contracts (for example. B financing contracts and other long-term contracts) may require the agreement of the other party when a change of ownership of the business is contemplated. It is important to identify these contracts at an early stage. The document requires important information, such as the parties to the transaction. B, stock description, purchase price (counterpart), parties` guarantees and guarantees, pre-compliance and post-completion requirements. The agreement of the seller`s shareholders (and, if applicable, the shareholders of the seller`s holding company) is uncertain and the corresponding executive conditions must be included in the agreement. The class of common or pre-weighted shares may affect the shareholder`s share of the company`s profits or the amount it receives when the company is liquidated and whether a shareholder has voting or non-voting shares, decides whether or not the shareholder has the right to vote at shareholder meetings. This agreement constitutes the whole agreement between the parties on the sale and purchase of the sale shares and replaces all communications, negotiations, commitments between the parties regarding the purpose of this agreement, written or written.

Some types of sellers who have a more disconnected role in a business may refuse to give the usual wide range of guarantees, for example, investors. B venture capital, beneficiaries or agents. In these situations, a buyer will want to have even more confidence in the quality of his due diligence. Compared to the sale of a residential property where the process (and costs) are probably reasonably predictable, a business or business sale has many variables. The nature of the business or business sold, as well as the complexity of the agreement structure, may affect the amount of legal fees. Examples of issues that could result in the complexity of the paperwork, the extent of the negotiations and, therefore, the impact on the level of royalties, are the guarantees that are guarantees on the target entity or target activity. To protect the buyer from debts that may exist in the business or business, sellers generally need to provide a large number of guarantees covering all aspects of the business or business acquired. If one of these insurances is false and the value of the business/business is thus less than that of the buyer who has been paid, the sellers may pay damages to the buyer, in violation of the right to the guarantee. A stake in a business consists of a set of personal incorporated rights against the company.