27 Nov Aba Model Purchase Agreement With Commentary
This best-selling ABA is a framework agreement based on the hypothetical buyout by a single business buyer. This valuable resource includes two volumes as well as a CD-ROM with model agreement for adaptation, exhibitions and accompanying documents without comment. The Model Asset Purchase Agreement with Commentary, published by the Mergers and Acquisitions Committee of the Business Act section, is the most comprehensive available for trading and documenting an asset purchase. The Asset Purchase Agreement and the exhibits, ancillary documents and annexes explain in detail the material law behind each mode and provide standard documents. The text of the agreement itself and other documents are included on a CD-ROM for a simple adaptation. This second updated edition of the best-selling Model Stock Purchase Agreement with Commentary is a must-have for any transaction lawyer. This model of agreement is based on the hypothetical acquisition of the entire capital stock of a U.S. private company by a single business buyer. It is designed as a reasonable first buyer project and any provision of the agreement is immediately followed by comments reflecting the collaboration of leading experts in the development and negotiation of acquisition agreements.
The commentary explains the purpose of each provision and, if necessary, briefly examines the law applicable to that provision. It also focuses on the provisions that are likely to be negotiated and contains areas that may give rise to seller objections and reasons for more aggressive or moderate positions during the negotiations. In this issue, many provisions also contain specific comments that focus on the potential reaction of sellers. The authors have also expanded the collection of rich coins, ancillary documents and annexes accompanying the model agreement, and a CD-ROM containing the text of the agreement is bound by the contract to purchase models with commentary. This book is a “must-have” for any transaction lawyer. This model of agreement is based on the hypothetical acquisition of the entire capital stock of a private American by a single business buyer.