Disclosure Letter from the Seller to the Buyer relating to sale and purchase of company / business. This document is drafted in Neutral Form.
The Buyer shall be deemed to have full knowledge of:-
(a) without prejudice to the generality of any of the foregoing sub-paragraphs, in relation to any and all of the Properties:
(b) any information which would be revealed upon an inspection or search (whether or not made) of any document, register or record which may be inspected by the public and maintained by, or information which is available upon enquiry (whether or not made) of, or otherwise from, the Land Registry or any register of local land charges, in each case whether or not the consent of any person would be required in order to make any such inspection, search or enquiry;
(c) any information which is available upon enquiry (whether or not made) of, or otherwise from, the utilities company including gas, electricity or generating companies, or any public authority having responsibility for the environment, public health and amenity or the health and safety of any person, or any other relevant governmental, local or statutory body, authority or undertaking;
(d) any matter which would be revealed by an inspection and/or survey by suitably qualified surveyors or engineers (whether or not made);
(e) any matter which would be revealed in replies to appropriate formal enquiries (whether or not made) of the Seller's solicitors;
(f) any matter which would be revealed upon an inspection (whether or not made) of the Land and Charge Certificates, conveyances, transfers, leases or other title deeds;
(vi) any matter which has been disclosed by the Seller pursuant to any investigation of title undertaken by the Buyer;
(g) all matters referred to in any certificate on title supplied to the Buyer by or for the Seller.
merger and acquisition,
sale and purchase,
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