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Template of a Buy/Sell Agreement??

I am looking for a good web site to obtain a good, solid, detailed outline of what to include in a Buy/Sell Agreement. Does anyone have a suggestion of an actual Buy/Sell Agreement they can share? Thanks!!

Jack Morehouse

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Scott Krause
Automotive Business Brokers, LLC
Cherokee County, GA

I agree with Don 100%!!

Find an attorney or hire a business broker in your area. If you try going the cheap route, it will bite you in the @ss.

Sincerely,

Scott Krause
Automotive Business Brokers, LLC
770-885-0000

Feb 6, 2013
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The BAF Group LLC
MD

You may also want to check out the following blog on the subject: Is an Attorney Necessary, in Buying a Business? http://wp.me/p24ZCe-2e

Jan 16, 2013
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The BAF Group LLC
MD

Jack, there are some around, but it would be a very real mistake to do that kind of sale without an Attorney's involvement. Moreover, your signature suggests that you are a business consultant; for you to offer or suggest the use of a stock agreement of this kind, can lead to you being held liabie for any problems that arise out of the use of such a document. You may also be accused of practicing law without benefit of being an Attorney, yourself. We are sometimes asked to furnish a buy/sell agreement, but we always decline to do so, both in fairness to the Buyer and Seller, but certainly, admittedly out of a need to protect ourselves, as well. This is absolutely NOT an area where going cheap is a good idea.

Jan 16, 2013

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