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Corporate Matters: Initial Steps in Selling a Privately Held Corporation

Volume 3 No 8    /    Read Article

By Simon H. Prisk

Disclosure of information is a problem often encountered when representing the owners of a privately held business that is for sale. What should be disclosed? What should remain confidential? How is confidential information protected? These and other matters will arise in connection with the sale of a business. Owners often hate disclosure, while prospective purchasers demand as much as possible, and delegate the task to officious lawyers and accountants.    See more →