Signing the Contract

Who signs the contract first once the offer has been made?

Once a prospective buyer has made an offer to buy, the contract can then be prepared and sent to the buyer who will execute the contract first. Once the contract is finalised and signed by the buyer it can then be sent to the seller who will approve the contract and counter sign. Once both parties have signed the contract, the contract is binding and should be dated. The fully executed contract needs to be provided to all parties and their solicitors as soon as possible to avoid any delays. 

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Andrew has over two decades experience in high growth fast moving consumer goods, agribusiness and professional services. Supporting the OWNit team to deliver on client expectations, and implementing processes to scale the organisation, is a key focus for Andrew.

Andrew is a C-Suite leader with Chairman and Board experience.  He has formal qualifications in Business, Applied Finance and AICD Company Directors Course.

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