The sale of a business as a continuation business is different from a sale of assets or a sale of shares or shares of the member. The sale is called a “continuous sale of a business” since the transaction is largely in the hands of the buyer, as is usually the case before the sale. The most important change is that it has a new owner. This means that your company or CC has decided to sell the business and stop doing so. If any of the exclusions in section 112(1) of the Companies Act 2008 do not apply, the seller`s shareholders must authorize the transaction if the seller sells all or part of its assets or businesses. If the seller is a business, you must determine whether the seller owns some or all of its assets or obligations. Sales contract for each producing company.