What is a share purchase agreement? A share purchase agreement is an essential legal contract that documents the specific details of an agreement between the purchaser of shares and the seller and protects both parties to the transaction. This agreement, including flight plans, annexes and all other arrangements between the parties specifically mentioned in this agreement, constitutes the entire agreement and agreement between the parties with respect to the undertakings. This agreement replaces all previous letters of intent and contract heads, as well as confidentiality agreements between one of the parties with respect to the transactions covered in this agreement. The seller undertakes to  and to his rights holders in securities and disposals, group companies and any other company in the group and against similar taxes and obligations (mandatory and parafiscal tax obligations) paid by one of the group companies of any kind, including interest, mark-ups, penalties and taxes, up to two (2) months after the deadline by one of the competent courts or entities for the assessment of the group`s companies , were required or imposed by the latter. either their beneficiaries or the beneficiaries of the tax, including, but not limited, similar taxes and obligations resulting from the transfer of the property. A share purchase agreement should be used whenever a person or company sells or buys shares in a company or another person or company. When buying all the shares of a company (100% of the shares), it is recommended to use the purchase of commercial agreements instead. Before the sale, the seller hired another company to keep all the real estate of the first to rent it again. 7.7.
The seller and his rights holders and the surrendered, frees the companies and any other company in the group from and against losses, liability, contingencies, costs, costs, damages or costs to them and their respective directors, executives or employees (except the seller) and withholds them that are the result of a breach or inaccuracy or inaccuracy in a guarantee or amount when the seller is liable for a claim , subject to a tax, a tax or a similar charge, the seller pays the additional amount necessary to ensure that the amount he would have withheld withholds net without such a tax, either a levy or a similar levy being collected. Remember that most companies will have common shares, but not all will have preferred shares. Shares (or shares) are shares of a company divided among shareholders (also known as shareholders). This is an example of an agreement to sell and purchase shares of the company, with a mechanism for adjusting the price after a period of verification and some guarantees on the situation of the company. Mr. [citizen of Barcelona] of a legal age, married, residing with the passport [a] (seller); a limited liability company incorporated under the laws of Catalonia and having its main place of activity with [the guarantor`s tax identification number] and a limited liability company created in accordance with the laws of China and having its main place of activity with a tax identification number [-] (the purchaser); 12.3.