11. Indices. All communications and other communications under this Agreement must be requested in writing and by first-class mail, accused of return, nationally recognized overnight delivery service, such as Federal Express, or personal delivery against receipt to the party to which it is provided, in any event at the address of the party in this section 11 or any other address that the party indicates below by notifying the other parties in accordance with the other parties This section. Such notification or other information is deemed to have been received from the date the notification was received or, in the case of the mail, sent three days later. Selling a business is a long and complex process. This is especially true for the largest and most complex in your business. It is best to consult your lawyer, sales counsel, and even consider hiring a broker to lighten the burden of the sale process. 7. Survival.
Unless otherwise stated in this Agreement, the assurances and commitments made by the parties in this agreement will survive the actual time for the applicable statute of limitations and all investigations and information that a party may obtain (and will not be influenced by actual time) by any party. (i) “inventory,” as described in Appendix A of this Calendar 1, all of which must be new resold qualities and not old stocks, stopped or obsolete materials. The inventory is determined by a physical census conducted within five days of actual time. The buyer will buy the inventory up to the seller`s expense. If the actual amount is more or less, the purchase price is adjusted accordingly; However, the buyer is not required to purchase stocks worth more than 2. The seller and owner must keep confidential information confidential and cannot use confidential information for any purpose other than to promote the buyer`s activity without the buyer`s express written consent. The seller and owner acknowledge that the confidential information contains one of the buyer`s valuable and unique assets. “confidential information,” information that directly or indirectly affects the company and is not accessible to all or is publicly available;