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19 Oct 2018
Are you a Shareholder in a Company? Have you ever wondered what would happen to your shares if you suffer from a critical event? Alternatively, have you thought about how you would fund the purchase of another shareholder’s shares if they suffer from a critical event?
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9 Jul 2018
Are you in business with one or more shareholders? Ever wondered what would happen if the other shareholder wanted to sell their shares, and if they can offer those shares to someone outside the Company?
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9 Nov 2017
What is needed for a contract? Is a verbal contract binding? Lawyers are often asked these questions and in many industries handshake deals are common. However, when something goes wrong, clients want to know if a contract has been formed.
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29 Jun 2017
Are you confused about the distinction between buying assets or shares when buying a business? We explain the difference between an asset and a share sale, and the pros and cons of each.
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30 Nov 2016
Are you are going into a new business or are you an owner of an existing business without a shareholder agreement? Here are seven reasons why it is important to have a shareholder agreement.
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18 Aug 2016
We’ve all heard of a ‘personal guarantee’, but what is it and is it worth the paper it is written on?
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21 May 2015
‘As is where is’ sales are becoming increasingly popular in the Canterbury region since the 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes. Prospective purchasers often see a quick profit to be made with these properties; however, there are a number of risks that you need to consider before committing to such a purchase.
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