An experienced attorney will draft a Purchase Agreement based on specifically what is being bought and sold. Different business circumstances require different elements in a Purchase Agreement; no two Purchase Agreements are alike. Houses, businesses, and equipment are just a few examples of what Purchase Agreements cover. No matter what it is, a Purchase Agreement can prevent the Buyer from coming back to you about an issue that you should not be liable for (if you’re a Seller) or help enforce the Seller’s obligations (if you’re a Buyer).
Liability and other concerns can be controlled by a properly drafted Purchase Agreement that carefully outlines terms and conditions regarding price, property and/or asset conditions, return periods, warranties, liens, and more. By carefully drafting a Purchase Agreement and planning for all potential scenarios in a deal, parties can feel confident in the transaction.
Consider reading our article entitled “How Complex Agreements, if Improperly Drafted, Cause Complex Problems.“
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If you plan to make a major purchase, a Purchase Agreement is important to have in place, especially one drafted by experienced legal counsel. To learn more about how our site sponsor, Vlodaver Law Offices, LLC, can help you with your Purchase Agreements, contact them for a free consultation.