Review Purchase Agreement in Texas

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Service type
Review
Document type
Purchase Agreement
Location
Texas
Client type
Personal
Client industry
-
Deadline
Less than a week
Pricing Range
$1000 (Flat fee)
Number of Bids
1 bid
Pages
30-40 pages

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Purchase Agreement

California

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

When asset purchase agreement vs. stock purchase agreement?

I am considering buying a business and I'm not sure what type of legal document I should use. I think I want to buy the business but I'm not sure what comes with that. The deal size is ~$100k and it is a printing company.

Michael M.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

The nature of the purpose is of essential importance in any acquisition and the first decision that should be made. The 2 traditional types are either "asset" or "stock". In a stock transaction you purchase the shares of the corporation or membership interests of an LLC. In an asset sale, only assets are acquired. Each of these has major tax and liability implications that should be discussed with counsel and your cpa.

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Purchase Agreement

California

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

When asset purchase agreement vs. stock purchase agreement?

I am considering buying a business and I'm not sure what type of legal document I should use. I think I want to buy the business but I'm not sure what comes with that. The deal size is ~$100k and it is a printing company.

Christopher M.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

A stock purchase agreement only deals with the sale of stocks (which I know sounds a little obvious). The practical effect of which is you would own a percentage share of the company if that company is a corporation. If you used a stock purchase agreement the company would remain intact as a legal entity that you would have control over. If the company isn’t a corporation, or you’re not looking to keep the company intact, an asset purchase agreement would be you purchasing the assets of the company (up to and including the name and place of business) without necessarily taking control of the legal entity itself. Really which ever one you use they can both be drafted to accomplish your goals and more information would be needed to assess which one is right in your specific situation.

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