Great article above, with some great advice, my favourites:
When constructing a VDR, it is often best to disclose more rather than disclose less.
Allowing unfettered access to one or more potential buyers can cripple a deal if a party decides to walk during the due diligence phase.
Having a well-thought-out, logical, organized VDR not only creates a strong positive first impression and bond of trust, it may also provide the vendor with a first-mover advantage in regard to shaping the terms of the deal.
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