As this article observes, the vast majority of letters of intent actually consummate with the sale of a company. Many of these letters of intent which do not result in an acquisition break down during the due diligence process. While many breakdowns during this process are entirely outside the seller's control, there are several common mistakes which sellers make during due diligence which result in sunk deals. This article explains four such mistakes of which sellers should be especially wary.
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4 Due Diligence Mistakes Sellers Make During Sale Of Company