Explain consequences of not having a signed buy-and-sell agreement in place.
If you are business partner with another person, and that person dies, his portion of assets goes to his heirs, not you unless you have a b/s agreement in place with life insurance to buy out the heirs portion
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Explain any five consequences of not having a signed buy-and-sell agreement in place.
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