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Sales And Purchase Agreement  is a legal contract that obligates a buyer to buy and a seller to sell a product or service. SPAs are found in all types of businesses but are most often associated with real estate deals as a way of finalizing the interests of both parties before closing the deal. Sales and purchase agreements are also found in the upper supply chains of many large, publicly-traded companies. They are set up to help both the suppliers and the purchasers forecast demand and costs, and become increasingly important as the size of the deals increases. 

As a rule, it is important for an attorney to review all agreements of any significance (you set the risk threshold). This is especially true with the contractual terms and conditions for any sale or purchase of goods — international or otherwise. Even a seemingly inconsequential agreement can become a major headache if another party’s terms and conditions trump yours.
A comprehensive review of the relevant contracts surrounding a particular sale of goods can easily entail reviewing a master purchase or sale agreement; the seller’s documents related to the sale (i.e., the quotation, sales order invoice) or the purchaser’s RFP or e-mail soliciting quotations or bids; and the purchase order. If there is a bill of lading or a contract of a freight with a shipper, those documents should be reviewed as well.

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Tuesday, 13 March 2012 01:34

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More and more China businesses frequently choose binding arbitration as a less costly ad speedier alternative to litigation. Other reasons businesses opt for arbitration are control over the process, privacy and confidentiality of the proceedings, the relative finality of the outcome, and a less adversarial process that may preserve future business relationships.

With the increasing popularity of arbitration, it is not surprising that attorneys familiar with the tactics and practices of litigation have brought to the arbitration process these adversarial tactics. These tactics drive up the costs, delay proceedings, and ultimately bring in court review of the outcome. Examples are expanded discovery, exhaustive arbitral motion practice, and extensive hearing times.

If an important goal of the business client is to preserve the speed, efficient, and economy of the arbitration process, it is important to work closely with outside counsel to set the appropriate guidelines at the outset of the process to preserve these goals. Experienced outside counsel who have litigated international commercial cases and been through the arbitration process are in a position to effectively deal with opposing counsel and establish a plan to preserve the business client goals of efficient and economy throughout the arbitration. process.

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