Companies should also consider the category of buyers who would be most interested in carve-out activity when making decisions on these issues. Strategic buyers often have their own systems and processes on which they can enter the carve-out business, requiring less autonomous transition systems or services. Financial buyers often expect the carve-out business to have the systems and processes necessary for stand-alone operation, which means that the carve-out business must be ready from day one as a standalone entity. When a company decides to perform the carve-out before selling it, it has the opportunity to resolve problems related to asset allocation/contracts, employment, transaction and entity structure, without soliciting input from potential buyers whose wishes may not match the entity`s strategic vision. This can give companies greater leverage in negotiations and minimize the ability of potential buyers to influence the structure of the carve-out. However, to perform a carve-out before the sale, a company must bear the full cost of the carve-out. The business may incroman unnecessary costs for the creation and operation of the stand-alone business if it is unable to find a buyer. Therefore, a company that decides to enter into a carve-out before the sale of a business should be willing to manage the business as a separate entity (or liquidate the carve-out) if a sale is not completed. Similar baskets are included in pre-concluded contracts in share purchase contracts, in which the buyer requires prior authorization from the seller for certain types of transactions. The example shows that an additional distinction between the nature of the underlying transaction is useful in finding a middle ground: (a) entering into an agreement or a series of related agreements concluded in normal transactions for a total amount of more than EUR 250,000; (c) enter into abnormal or unusual agreements or commitments, including all those that are:i) unlikely to make a profit, (ii) are unusually long-term or cannot be terminated within twenty-four months; (iii) contain a payment period or potential liability risk that differs significantly from the contractual policy of companies acquired at the time of signing, or (iv) would likely have financial consequences after the (initial) duration of the contract; In general, the law does not permit deportation contracts if there is already a productive relationship between the larger unit and its management.