4.4 Compliance with securities laws. Any acquirer is an “accredited investor,” as defined in Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933 as amended (“Securities Act”), and acquires the partnership units only for those purchasers153s own account, only for investment purposes and not for the purpose of their distribution. Buyers will not sell, sell, sell, wage, transfer or sell the partnership shares or any interest they represent there, unless they comply with securities law and other applicable laws. Buyers recognize that the interests of the partnership were not registered under the Securities Act or a state`s blue-sky laws. Buyers have access to business information (including the opportunity to meet with management and other company representatives) and have used this access to buyer satisfaction153. Buyers are experienced and competent in financial and commercial matters, are able to assess the benefits and risks associated with acquiring the partnership units, and do not need or want the assistance of a competent representative to help assess these risks (or, alternatively, the purchasers used a competent representative in the decision to purchase the partnership units). Unless stipulated in this Agreement, sellers have not issued assurances, guarantees, promises, pacts, agreements or guarantees of any kind, whether explicit or implied, orally or in writing, past, present or future of companies or their assets, commitments, forecasts or forecasts, and have explicitly denied and excluded. Buyers recognize and accept that they have or will have the opportunity to audit the operations and assets of the companies and, with the exception of their dependence on the guarantees and guarantees set out in this agreement, buyers will rely on their own due diligence investigation of the respective companies and their respective businesses. The seller and Navarre are in no way liable or are bound in any way by oral or written statements, assurances or information relating to companies or their respective companies provided by another person.
“taxes”: all public, local or foreign taxes; Social security contributions, fees, expenses, taxes, taxes or other taxes collected by a taxable public authority, including, but not exclusively, to all net revenue, gross receipts, sales, use, capital gain, capital gain, transfer, registration, deductible, profits, inventory, capital stock, license, withholding, payslip, stamp, business, property taxes, property and property taxes, customs duties or related fees , investments, deposits and charges, all interest, interest, interest, penalties, surcharges, tax increases or additional amounts imposed by a public taxing authority, as well as any transfer liability related to any of the taxes mentioned above. The agent category is something else, which could be a good reason to limit the partnership. For example, federal tax control rules introduced in 2018 mean that partnerships are considered subject to companies where one or more of the partners are themselves a partnership, trust or LLC. In order to avoid such tax consequences and to preserve the individual tax treatment of partners, the social contract could prohibit the transfer of social interests to such an entity. The assignee is the business partner who transfers his rights to the partnership for compensation. “agreement,” this partnership interest contract, schedules and exhibitions, as well as other agreements that have been concluded as an appendix or part of this agreement. Use our “Partnership Interest Assignment” form to sell a partnership stake to a new partner.