As well as scrutinising practice accounts, projected cash flows, client base and suitability of premises, the future viability of your business venture will depend on its legal structure and the smooth transfer of practice systems, intellectual property, equipment, products, clients and staff.
And, of course, there are supply contracts with drugs wholesalers, cremation and sharps service providers and long-term finance agreements for x-ray and other capital equipment to deal with.
Truelegal: Specialist business purchase solicitors acting for Vets and Veterinary Practices
The good news is that Truelegal solicitors not only specialise in business transfers, but also have extensive experience of acting for veterinary practices across England and Wales. We understand the particular issues relevant to your industry and will help you make informed choices and negotiate the best possible terms.
At all times you will have direct contact with an experienced solicitor who will oversee all legal aspects relevant to your vet deal, including property law, employment law, intellectual property law and business law. Our approach gives clients a greater sense of control and creates efficiencies that are reflected in our fees, without the need to compromise on quality.
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The sooner we become involved in the process of helping you to buy your Veterinary Practice the more likely it is that your purchase will be successful, so please contact us today.
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