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Wednesday 10 April 2013

When is a contract not a contract?

All the provisions of a share purchase agreement are important, but none more so than the warranties, the section of the document where the parties allocate risk; where the seller takes a deep breath and makes certain promises about the way the business being sold has been run and the buyer looks the seller in the eye to see if his gaze is true.

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