It serves to protect the goodwill of the company. The first important area indicated in the document is the price and the corresponding conditions: payment methods, forecast or not of deferred payments, variable payments based on the achievement of objectives, currency of payment and circumstances that lead to price adjustments (the final price being based on the balance at the closing date of the agreement). The contract also contains information on whether excess cash is part of the transaction or is taken into account by the seller as a dividend, although this is not necessary for that specific transaction. Inform the buyer if the value of an asset changes significantly or if liability, finances or liability changes significantly: “In the event of inaccuracies, inaccuracies or false information, the buyer of the company may be compensated for the damage caused, event or loss . . .