Major Transactions

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There are times when a company will undertake an important business transaction.  If that transaction involves buying or selling assets, or acquiring rights or interests or incurring obligations or liabilities, the value of which is more than half the value of the company's assets before the transaction, then the company will be entering a major transaction.  Major transactions are subject to particular requirements under the Companies Act 1993, and the company must ensure that these requirements are complied with.

The lawyers at Wells & Co can provide advice and assistance in respect of a wide range of company law issues, including major transactions.