Most transactions have their share of hiccups. Some cases are more serious than others.
Generally speaking, they originate with the seller. For example, due diligence turns up some disturbing information about the target company’s legal status, the target’s financials aren’t as rosy as the buyer was led to believe, the target’s owners keep trying to renegotiate the deal, or a rift develops among the target’s owners – these and other surprises are not unusual. Some result in a change in purchase price or a change in payment terms (including escrows and other holdbacks), while others just kill the deal.
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