Purchase and Sale of Businesses : The Hidden Risks
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Whether you're the seller or purchaser of a business, there are a range of issues that need to be considered and properly managed to ensure that the process is as smooth and stress free as possible. Even sales of business for fairly nominal amounts can include complex issues which would generally be found in larger sales of a business and it's crucial that parties to these transactions get proper legal and accounting advice. Harvey Bowlt is an experienced Accredited Specialist in Commercial Law whose hands-on approach helps his clients manage the process in a cooperative way, because after all when you have a willing seller and willing purchaser, it's up to professional advisors involved to make sure the deal proceeds as seamlessly as possible. Today Harvey shares some of his tips for the parties involved.
Harvey is the principal of Bowlt Commercial Lawyers and an Accredited Specialist in Commercial Law. He specialises in proactively helping businesses manage legal risk and has expertise in a number of commercial law areas, but a significant area of his practice involves advising and registering trade marks for clients.
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