Finder's Fee Agreement for Acquisition

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This Finder's Fee Agreement for Acquisition is between a finder and a company who desires to hire the individual to find a buyer to acquire all or a portion of the company's business and assets. The finder is typically not an employee of the company.

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This Finder's Fee Agreement for Acquisition sets forth the agreement of a individual (a “finder”) who will identify a buyer to acquire all or a portion of a company's assets (hereafter known as "seller"). The finder will typically not be an employee, officer or director of the company and will perform his/her services for a fee.

This letter agreement identifies whether this arrangement is on a non-exclusive or exclusive. It also sets out detailed terms about the fees paid to the finder and that finder will register a potential buyer with seller within a certain time after an introduction is made.

This Finder's Fee Agreement for Acquisition includes:
  • Parties: Sets forth the identities of the finder and the seller from whom the finder will locate a buyer;
  • Appointment: Seller authorizes finder to identify a buyer, either on an exclusive or non-exclusive basis;
  • Finder's Fee: Sets forth specifics regarding the fee paid to the finder;
  • Termination: This agreement may be terminated by either upon giving written notice to the other;
  • Status: Finder's position is that of a finder only, and not a real estate dealer or broker;
  • Signatures: This agreement must be signed by the finder and accepted and agreed to by an officer of the seller.

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