This is a simple purchase of a business from co-trustees of a Trust. It involves the purchase of a computer and the files on the computer. Should the purchase and sale contract be worded as between names of persons known as co-trustees (sellers) under the XXXXX Trust, dated 00/00/00 and the name of purchaser? Or should the contract be worded as between the XXXXX Trust, dated 00/00/00 administered by co-trustees (names and addresses of such) and the purchaser? What is the correct legal wording?The agreement already includes a nonassumption of liabilities clause, compliance with applicable law clause, expense agreement clause, seller prior debt clause, asset description and price clause, definitions clause, non-compete clause, and all pages have initial spaces for co-trustees and buyers. At the end of the agreement there is an official notary space. I just need the wording for the first page of the agreement concerning co-trustees identification.