Whether you are buyer or seller, here are seven elements to think about when reading an indemnification provision: scope, damages, survival, exclusivity, caps, baskets, and third parties.
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No law requires a seller to make any representation or warranty when selling a company; it's purely a matter of negotiations. Custom and relative bargaining power drive those negotiations.
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