Asset Purchase Agreement | Canada


Purchase the assets of a Canadian business with this comprehensive Asset Purchase Agreement.

  • The business is sold as a going concern, including assets, inventory and goodwill.
  • The amount of the purchase price allocated to inventory will be adjusted prior to closing based on the actual physical inventory at that time.
  • The transaction is conditional in part upon the parties completing all of their covenants that must be performed prior to closing.
  • Schedules include Definitions, Representations and Warranties of Seller, and a Non-Competition Agreement.

This Canada Asset Purchase Agreement is available in MS Word format, and is fully editable to fit your specific needs.

Download Type: Microsoft Word
SKU: 6296
Last Updated: 17-Jul-2018
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