Its business time

June 24, 2015

in Corporate & Business

Corporate & Business
If you are going into business, whether you are starting up a new business or buying an existing one, you will need assistance in a number of legal matters.

You should consult us from the outset before signing an Agreement for Sale and Purchase. We can assist with initial advice and with drafting any special clauses that may be required to cover matters such as:

  • The opportunity to inspect documentation such as financial records and annual accounts
  • Obtaining appropriate warranties from the seller
  • Checking the location and condition of any assets or stock
  • Restraint of trade clauses

We can advise you on the best structure to suit your business – whether as a sole trader, or a partnership or limited liability Company – or if a franchise agreement is involved.

We can also assist you to review any lease documentation, zoning restrictions, finance arrangements, credit contracts and advice on health and safety requirements, intellectual property and whether any licences or approvals are required.

Farry & Co. have extensive experience in all areas of corporate and business law. If you require any advice or further information on the matters dealt with in this publication please contact the lawyer at Farry and Co. who normally advises you, or alternatively contact:

Lisa Oakden
09 379 0055 or 03 477 8870


The information contained in this publication is intended as a guide only.  It does not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.  Professional advice should be sought before applying any of the information to particular circumstances.  While every reasonable care has been taken in the preparation of this publication, Farry and Co. does not accept liability for any errors it may contain.

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