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Purchase Agreement - Definition
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Jul 30, 2023 - Considerations in boat transaction terms can be defined as the values exchanged between a buyer and seller at the time of a closing settlement. Although the sales price is typically based on a total sum amount, payment considerations may come in the form of money, a trade-in, real property and/or personal property items.

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In order to avoid misunderstandings, a break down of the values assigned to non-monetary considerations should be detailed in the purchase agreement. The same applies to any transfer documents such as a bill of sale or title release. However, these may simply state something to the effect of "Ten Dollars and other valuable considerations" for privacy issues when publicly recorded.

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Contracts and transfer documents may have considerable ramifications when it comes to taxation issues and/or estate planning. Any such concerns should be addressed with an attorney or professional consultant prior to their finalization.


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