A merger agreement states the terms between two or more companies combining into one company. A merger is the dissolving of one business into another. Merger Agreements set forth the financial terms of the deal, including how the companies will comply with corporate or other legal formalities during the transition, which company will be the survivor, how the owners of the old company will be compensated in terms of cash or stock, who will control the new company, and how each company should conduct itself in the interim. Merger Agreements also provide provisions for an accounting and representations and warranties that each party makes to the other regarding the standing of their respective businesses.
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