Generally speaking, the acquisition describes an essentially agreed transaction in which the two companies cooperate; “acquisition” indicates that the subject entity opposes the purchase or strongly opposes the purchase; The term “merger” is used when the purchasing and destination companies merge into an entirely new entity. However, since each acquisition, acquisition and merger is a unique case, with its own specificities and reasons for carrying out the transaction, the use of these terms tends to overlap. The final sales contract replaces all prior agreements and understandings, both orally and in writing between buyer and seller. Hostile acquisitions do not have the same agreement of the target company, and thus the acquiring company must actively buy large shares of the target company to acquire a majority stake that imposes the acquisition. . . .