Since the SPA determines the exact nature of what is being bought and sold, the agreement may allow a company to sell its physical assets to a buyer without selling the naming rights associated with the transaction. The agreement records all deposits made prior to negotiations and notes a part of the agreement that has already been complied with. The agreement also specifies when the final sale will take place. While there are many types of acquisition transactions, an agreement typically includes one of two main types of acquisition agreements – a business purchase agreement or an asset sale agreement. . . .