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[name of Seller] in administrative receivership [and also in liquidation] incorporated in England and Wales with company registration number [number] whose registered office is at [address] (Seller) acting by [any one of] its [joint] administrative receiver[s], [name of (first) receiver] (Insolvency Practitioner) of [address] [and [(name of second joint receiver)] (Insolvency Practitioner) [both] of [address]] (the Receiver[s])
[name of Buyer] [of OR incorporated in England and Wales with company registration number [number] whose registered office is at] [address] [and whose address for service in England and Wales is [address]] (the Buyer)
In this Agreement the following definitions apply:
the date on which the Transfer is actually completed and references in the Standard Conditions to 'actual completion' must be read accordingly;
[name] of [address] (reference [details]);
the charges appearing at [entry OR entries] [number] [and [number]] in the charges register of title number [title number] at [date of official copy entries];]
the items listed at Schedule 2;]
[date][ or, if later,  working days after the Consent is obtained];
written consent to the Transfer (satisfying
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