Asset Purchase Agreement – In this type of agreement, the buyer buys all or part of the company`s assets. These assets may include financial accounts, tangible assets, including equipment, real estate and inventories, as well as intangible assets such as trade secrets, patents, copyrights or trademarks. The owners retain ownership of the hull of the business, even if there is no longer any practical activity. This can be advantageous when a company acquires an individual business or a partnership without a formal entity. Often, selling a business can be a lucrative decision for owners, and buying a business can help expand a business`s reach or diversify its industries. An acquisition contract is a critical contract when a company decides to buy another company. Each merger and acquisition transaction has clear terms and can be very different. It is important to have a valid acquisition agreement that fully outlines the terms of your respective deal. Enterprise Purchase Contracts – This type of agreement, also known as share purchase agreements, oversees an acquisition by which the buyer obtains ownership by purchasing at least a large portion of the company`s shares. Once they are majority owners, the beneficiary company takes control of the business, including the company`s obligations and debts. This agreement [including the associated exhibitions and schedules] and the information agreements executed in connection with the conclusion of the transactions under this agreement include the entire agreement between the parties with respect to the exchange and issuance of shares and related transactions and replaces all previous written or oral agreements in this area. The buyer undertakes to compensate and compensate the seller, its executives, directors and major shareholders, and the seller undertakes to provide the buyer, its executives, directors and principal shareholders at all times against and with respect to any liability, damage or defect, any act, action, proceedings, claims, judgments, judgments, expenses and expenses, including legal fees, incident to any of the above facts , the result of a substantial inaccuracy of a party unscathed to a compensated party and the violation of a federal or federation guarantee or non-compliance with an agreement by an compensated party or a substantial misrepresentation or omission of a certificate, financial statement or tax return that must be established or submitted for the purpose of presenting this agreement.