The General Conditions of Sale constitute a fundamental contractual document for any company that wishes to operate in the Spanish market. These conditions vary depending on the type of client and the company’s sector of activity.
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Degree in Spanish-French Law from the Paris-Sorbonne University 1 and the Complutense University of Madrid, Master in International Law. Practise areas: commercial law, mergers and acquisitions, and labour law
Working languages: English, French and Spanish.
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Merger and spin-offs of companies in Spain are two corporate restructuring operations. Law 3/2009 defines and differentiates each of these transactions, determining the procedure to follow for the proper execution in each case.
The global transfer of assets and liabilities is a type of corporate restructuring transaction that differs from similar operations in various ways, including its consideration. The straightforward nature of this procedure makes it a popular choice for companies seeking to transfer ownership or wind up their operations.
Contracts make the agreements between parties legally binding and provide certainty to their relationships. In the area of mergers and acquisitions in Spain, it is crucial to be familiar with the most common types of contracts, which can differ depending on the specifics of the transaction.
The drafting of the business agreement is a fundamental step in the sale of businesses because it contains the elements that will define the development of the transaction and its success. Are you aware of the clauses to include?