Of course all of these items are important, and these are the details you should be thinking about before you make the Offer to Purchase. Why? More than likely you and the seller will not agree on everything. That is to be expected, so many of the items above, as well as other items, will need to be discussed and worked out. So what should you do?
Confidential information and agreeing not to use it for competitive purposes: Matters concerning the due diligence investigation are to be treated in confidence and the purchaser will not either directly or through his representatives divulge any such information. The purchaser is also bound not to use the information gained through due diligence investigations in competition with the seller even if the proposed sale falls through.