(c) the participation of the seller`s owners in the buyer (either explicitly or in consultancy contracts or employment contracts whose conditions imitate ownership); Exclusion from the product range imposes on the buyer of a company a replacement liability for product liability claims against the purchased business, if the following are true: buyers should consider including additional safeguards in the contract for the sale of assets if the context warrants it. In addition to the seller`s comprehensive insurance and warranties, a buyer may consider requiring the seller to insure part of the purchase price for several years as collateral for inheritance liability risks. A strong contract language is great, even if it`s as good as the company or person lowering the language. In some cases, the purchase of business or goodwill goods may be considered an obligation to assume responsibility for an unforeseen product liability claim arising prior to the conclusion of the transaction. . . .