Procedures for Corporate Record Searches
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Doty, Robert W.
Renfro, Phillip M.
FIRST PARAGRAPH(S)|In connection with acquisitions of corporate businesses, one of the necessary legal procedures is a complete examination of the minute books, stock records and other corporate and important documents of the business to be acquired. This is important both for counsel for the acquiring corporation [buyer] and for counsel for the business which is the subject of the acquisition [seller]. Particularly in the case of the latter counsel, the condition of the books, records and documents has a great effect upon the accuracy of opinions which are customarily given in these transactions...
8 Creighton L. Rev. 803 (1974-1975)
Creighton University School of Law