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Does a business purchase agreement need notarization?
I am in the process of purchasing a business and I have been presented with a business purchase agreement. I want to make sure that I am making the right decision and that all documents are properly documented. I understand that some legal documents may require notarization and I wanted to confirm if a business purchase agreement requires notarization.
Answered Mar 3, 2021
North Carolina does not require business purchase agreements to be notarized. However, some documents related to the business purchase deal might require notarization. For example, any deeds needed for the deal will likely have to be notarized.
Some business purchase deals are pretty simple, while others can be rather complex. In many situations, it is ideal for each party to have at least one attorney representing them in the negotiations and preparing the necessary documents.
If you have questions or concerns about a business purchase agreement, you might consider consulting with a knowledgeable corporate attorney.
Can I assign rights in a business purchase agreement?
I am in the process of purchasing a business and I am considering assigning some of my rights under the purchase agreement to a third party. I would like to know if this is allowed under the law and what the potential risks or consequences might be. I am also interested in understanding the steps that need to be taken to ensure that all parties are adequately protected under the agreement.
Answered Mar 3, 2021
The general rule is that contracts may be freely assigned to third parties. However, most agreements have clauses that limit or prohibit assignment unless the non-assigning party agrees to the assignment.