The buyer undertakes to compensate and compensate the seller, its executives, directors and major shareholders, and the seller undertakes to provide the buyer, its executives, directors and principal shareholders at all times against and with respect to any liability, damage or defect, any act, action, proceedings, claims, judgments, judgments, expenses and expenses, including legal fees, incident to any of the above facts , the result of a substantial inaccuracy of a party unscathed to a compensated party and the violation of a federal or federation guarantee or non-compliance with an agreement by an compensated party or a substantial misrepresentation or omission of a certificate, financial statement or tax return that must be established or submitted for the purpose of presenting this agreement. At the same time as due diligence, buyers and sellers design a sales contract to recall the agreement of M-A. Although most documents are non-binding during the ATM process (i.e., they are generally not enforceable in court), the sales contract is a final and binding document. You see, the page that writes the first draft sometimes (but not always) writes an incredibly one-sided document that the other page needs to correct, optimize and adapt an excessive amount of time. That is, lawyers spend this time repairing, optimizing and adjusting, and lawyers don`t work for free (or even cheap). The sales contracts do not float in the ether, but in the land after being summoned to recall an agreement between the buyer and the seller. Instead, someone has to write these damn things! Although both parties contribute to the development of the document, someone must present the first project; Conventionally, it is the buyer, but in reality each page can write the first draft of the sales contract. Surprisingly, this trial often allows lawyers to resolve many of the legal issues in a sales contract. However, lawyers still disagree on certain issues, usually the diversity of cases; At this point, deal-makers (business bankers) need to reconnect to solve these remaining problems. This agreement („agreement“) is entered into on March 2, 2015 by and between Grasshopper Staffing, known as „seller,“ and Tomichi Creek Outfitters Inc., known as „buyer,“ for the purchase of Grasshopper Staffing, known as „Business,“ and all related assets.