This letter is the Business Broker Engagement Agreement (“Agreement”) from the above-mentioned business broker and the client mentioned above (“customer”) and confirms the parties` full understanding of the maintenance and inclusion of the business broker to represent and support the client in the sale of the client`s business unit (a “transaction”). 1. Employment of brokers. The owner authorizes the broker to act on behalf of the owner and as a lawyer to buy, sell and trade shares, bonds and other securities and/or property and/or contracts that relate to this page to the marginala or otherwise to the owner`s account and risk on his behalf. This agreement of `1` __deren address `3`) ,-, “Broker”. In order to achieve the objectives of the agreement, business brokers will use appropriate economic means to help the client understand the value of the client`s business entity as a current business. Identify potential buyers (“buyers”) for the customer, Provide related materials that disrepreciate the client`s activity and assets on the basis of information provided exclusively by the customer to present these potential buyers to the customer and can also help identify, contact and negotiate limited aspects of a potential sale, including, but not limited to declarations of intent with buyers, as well as the client`s administrative support for the sale or attempted sale of the customer (the “services”). When implementing this agreement, business broker cannot sell company shares as an investment, do not list, promote or offer company shares, not be allowed to sell or close on behalf of the customer and cannot process funds on behalf of the customer or buyer. Brokerage agreements in the United States are subject to both federal and specific national laws that cover the general principles of the treaty, such as education and mutual understanding. Federal laws may limit services that may be contractually bound (for example.
B you can`t have to have a brokerage contract to do something illegal) and certain general categories, such as awarding contracts. B for what is more like a business partnership than a broker/client relationship, but individual state laws may govern the interpretation of the contract in the event of a dispute. In addition, national and sectoral legislation regulates the licensing and qualification of brokers in specialized sectors. In the real estate sector, for example, the overwhelming majority of states require that a licensed broker cannot pay a search fee to an unauthorized broker. In the insurance sector, some countries do not allow research costs.