Asset Sales and Purchases

A common business transaction in and out of bankruptcy court is buying and selling assets, whether they are physical assets like personal property, real estate, or intangible property like interests, goodwill, and claims. However, asset purchases can turn out to be deceptively complex transactions. The purchase of a company’s assets requires negotiating and drafting of an asset purchase agreement, as well as many other legal documents.

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Sometimes, purchasing the assets of a company makes more sense than purchasing its interest because interests usually involve the underlying liabilities as well. Company asset purchases include both tangible and intangible assets.

Tangible assets include items such as:

  • cash
  • vehicles
  • furniture
  • fixtures
  • real estate
  • inventory
  • equipment
  • other personalty

Intangible assets may include:

  • executory contracts and leases
  • goodwill
  • claims
  • intellectual-property such as copyrights, trade secrets, and trademarks

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