Warranties given by Seller(s) in relation to a Company acquisition. This can be inserted as a Schedule to the Company Acquisition Agreement. These Warranties are drafted in Neutral Form.
The Seller warrants following information provided to the Buyer during the preparation and negotiation of this Agreement is in all material respects true, accurate and not misleading:
Accounts: The Accounts of the Company for the financial year ended on the Last Accounts Date and for each of the preceding financial years, together with the unaudited management accounts of each Company for all periods ended after the Last Accounts Date.
Corporate Documents: The Memorandum and Articles of Association of Company and each subsidiary, certified by the secretary thereof as up to date.
Licences: A summary, together with copies, of all licences, permissions, authorisations and consents.
Employees: A list of all employees showing, by reference to appropriate categories or grades, all remuneration payable and other principal benefits which that the Company is bound to provide (now or in the future).
Insurances: A summary, together with copies, of all policies of insurance of each Company.
Material Contracts: A list, together with copies (or details, where no agreement has been reduced to writing), of all agreements of the kinds
List of Properties: A list, including brief details, of the freehold and leasehold properties occupied by each Company.
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This document should be carefully read by all related parties as stated in the document.
If either party wishes to amend the warranty in the future, all parties should agree to do so, and the original warranty and amendments should be recorded in writing and signed by all parties.
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