Is there a standard layout for contracts when buying out other businesses?

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There are certainly forms available from a number of different sources; however, there really isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” form, since pretty much every transaction has unique issues. Even if the transaction isn’t very big, I suggest having an attorney represent you in any acquisition transaction.
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