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How long does it take an attorney to prepare a buy and sale agreement , ucc search , read a 15 page shareholder-agreement, prepare corporate book( shareholder resolution, transfer certifcates etc) and all need it information to to the close-out in sale of a business?
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WiseOwl58
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I would estimate 6 - 10 hours, depending on the complexity of the issues and how much negotiation is necessary. Happy to help as needed, so please let me know.

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