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Are you thinking of buying or selling all, or most, or some of the shares in a limited company?

How best to proceed may well depend on which of those options apply may apply to you.  Are you the only shareholder selling or buying?  If you are buying you may need to reach a formal agreement with the other shareholders.  
This may require an Inter-Shareholders Agreement to regulate the management of the company. 

Do you have to think about service contracts or the property aspects of the transactions? Serious thought will need to be given as to what warranties you should obtain from the vendors of a company.  If you are selling the shares you will want to try and give as few warranties as possible.

Whether you are buying or selling are you sure the tax history of the Company is in order?  Does it own all its own assets?  

All of these thing may need to be investigated and covered in the formal agreements.



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