|Due Diligence Review (Vérification diligente)||
A buyer or a successor has the right to have various areas of to the company verified by his own experts in order to determine if what the seller has said is true, if the goods are truly what he thinks he is buying, and if there are no hidden defects or lawsuits against the company, to name a few. The due diligence review usually covers the following areas: operations, intellectual property, goods, human resources, and the legal, accounting, tax, and environmental aspects.
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