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Due Diligence: A Practical Guide

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Author(s): Bertram, David; Cooke, Darryl J.;
Classification(s): Company law;
ISBN-13: 9780752003320
ISBN-10: 0752003321
Publication Date: 25 Nov 1997
Imprint: FT Law & Tax
Availability: In Print
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Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding: Loose-leaf
Items: Contains Loose-leaf
Pages: 587

This practical manual is a 'one-stop shop' for due diligence, containing everything practitioners need to conduct a thorough and focused due diligence exercise. The handbook offers useful guidance and expert advice, providing checklists and commentary to help practitioners assess the value and inherent risk involved in the purchase of a company or business - both from a financial and legal perspective. The main focus of the text is to provide the various checklists which make up the due diligence questionnaire - consisting of all the questions the would-be purchaser will want to ask and have answered in order to obtain a full picture of the value of the proposed purchase or investment. * Thorough - the checklists provide an invaluable aide-memoire ensuring no vital issues are overlooked * Practical - the checklists and accompanying commentary enable practitioners to compile a coherent questionnaire suitable for their needs * Comprehensive - covers the legal, commercial, IP, environmental and financial aspects of the due diligence procedure

An introduction to due diligence. Managing the due diligence process. Commercial issues. Principal accounts of target. Finance. Contracts. Trading. Employment. Pensions. Corporate and statutory matters. Freehold and leasehold properties. Assets. Competition. Matters. Insurance. Environmental matters. Value added ta

x. Customs and Excise Duties. Corporation ta

x. Inheritance ta

x. Stamp duty and stamp duty reserve ta

x. Special situations. After the event. Glossary. Indexes.



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