The sale of a business can be a complex and lengthy process, potentially involving protracted negotiations and delays occasioned by necessary regulatory approvals. Accordingly, the time period between the bid and offer to purchase and the closing of the transaction can be lengthy.
For that reason, among others, it is commonplace that acquisition agreements include a purchase price adjustment mechanism.
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