Trusting Your Word – Representation and warranties in your contract

by | Feb 5, 2018 | Dental Law | 0 comments

It may seem like a good idea to say what your buyer wants to hear or to avoid an awkward conversation about the state of the practice to ensure a sale. But you don’t want to wade through the legal battle from a false representation or warranty. Understanding the perspectives of both sellers and buyers can help you avoid making a mistake that will haunt you later.

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