We are looking for a legal expert who can counsel us on 'drafting' or 'finding' a well written document online that we can use as a starting point to draft a sale agreement/contract for purchasing one or more mobile app(s) from Google Play Store.
Some considerations in the Sale Agreement
-We see the transfer of ownership of a mobile app as an asset sale rather than an equity sale.
-Intellectual Property must be reassigned to the buyer of the mobile app by all those individuals and companies that may have contributed to the project.
-We intend to use a third party website to 'escrow' funds while the transfer of ownership is finalized. We need to define whether there is a way to go back out from the agreement by either party, such as if the Intellectual property rights are not assigned to the buyer.
-We want to be sure that the revenues of the mobile app initially provided by the seller , and used for the estimation of the value of the mobile app, are accurate and truthful and we need some provisions to guarantee this.
-We may need to transfer existing contracts accounts set in place by the existing owner for receiving funds for advertising and other contracts set to generate revenue by the mobile app.
-We don't want to be liable for anything the buyer might have done up to the date of the sale agreement, only after the purchase is finalized.
Hi, I am a Corporate Lawyer and fully understand what kind of transaction this would be. I can draft a fully binding contract for the purchase of this app which will include all the IP.