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Ready to buy your dream business? Or ready to sell your business? It is essential that both parties interests are protected in a Business Sale Agreement, as it sets out the terms of sale clearly. This document will help you avoid any subsequent disputes as it makes the sale legally binding. A Business Sale Agreement is used to transfer the assets of a business from the seller to the buyer.

Use this Business Sale Agreement if:

  • You have negotiated the sale/purchase of a business, and want to set out the terms and conditions of the sale/purchase; and
  • You are a small to medium sized business and need a concise sale document.

What does the Business Sale Agreement cover?

  • Transfer of ownership of assets;
  • Particular assets to be transferred;
  • Confidentiality; 
  • Employees;
  • Relevant warranties; and
  • Restraint clause

Other names for Business Sale Agreement include:

  • Business Sale Contract; 
  • Sale of Business Agreement; and
  • Sale of Business Contract.
  • Icon Australiasuitable for all Australia states and territories
  • Calendarlast updated December 2014
  • Stopwatchunder 15 minutes
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