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Guide on Buying and Selling a Business

Allied Legal regularly advises buyers and sellers of businesses. Whether acting for the buyer or seller, we understand the emotions associated with such transactions and have the expertise to help you objectively navigate the key issues. Ultimately, our aim is to make sure that our clients understand the issues associated with such transactions so that they enter into such arrangements fully informed. We seek to negotiate the best outcome for our clients in light of the prevailing circumstances. There are many complex issues to consider and seeking the right commercial, strategic and legal expertise should improve your chances of buying or selling a business (as appropriate) on terms and conditions which are desirable to you.

We have prepared this guide to assist visitors to our site better understand the legal issues associated with business sale transactions. Where possible, we also provide practical guidance based on our own experiences of advising clients on such deals.  We hope readers find this useful.   

Please note that every transaction is different.  To help you navigate through the legal issues in a timely manner, we strongly recommend that legal assistance be sought early.  Please contact us at info@alliedlegal.com.au if you have any questions. 

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