The agreement for sale of business is an agreement reached between the seller of a business, which is sometimes commonly called the "goodwill", and the purchaser.
The agreement for the sale of business enables you to set forth the various terms and arrangements made between the parties.
If the sale of the business includes a real estate property, this type of property must then be subject to a separate sale agreement, since the sale of a real estate property requires the signing of a notarized deed.
The agreement for sale of business, available on this website, is a document that contains the main provisions whereof an overview can be found in the "Summary" tab above.
This is a document that will meet your needs for a relatively simple sale of business. For a sale of business of which conditions are more complex, especially for a transaction with a balance of sale price or for a transaction including the sale of an immovable/real estate property, we invite you to contact .
Summary of clauses available for the preparation of your agreement for sale of business.
Identification of the parties
Breakdown of the sale price
Statements relating to taxes
Declarations of the buyer
Declarations of the seller
Obligations of the buyer
Obligations of the seller
Non-solicitation of customers (optional)
Non-solicitation of personnel (optional)
Additional clause (The parties may add customized clauses)