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Preparing Your Company for a Due Diligence Exercise

June 2015 Law Society of Upper Canada < 1 read

Due Diligence is a key step in any purchase and sale of a business. For the Purchaser, the due diligence process is a way to identify potential “deal-killers” or “red flag” issues and assure the purchaser that the purchase of the target’s shares or assets is the right decision at the purchase price being offered.

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