There are two main vehicles for the acquisition of some or all of the competition or an existing business: an “Asset Purchase” and a “Stock Purchase”. The Asset Purchase Agreement allows you to acquire certain assets of a business without accepting the associated liabilities or liabilities of that business. For example, a competitor may reduce their business and you have the option to buy either the entire business or simply a fleet of vehicles or real estate. An asset purchase involves the transfer of assets such as a fleet of trucks or a production facility without your business being exposed to the debt and contingent liabilities of another company. As a result of the strict seizure, the claims of the holders of follow-up rights in the secured assets were extinguished. And New Nello has expressly assumed certain supplier obligations of Old Nello, which have been deemed necessary for the day-to-day operation of the business by New Nello. . . .