Closing a business down

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We have been advised that before we close our business, due to the sale of it,  we should change from a SARL to an SAS.  Everything I have read talks about shares or dividends regarding an SAS, but our buyer does not want to buy the shares or dividends.  Is it best for us to stay as a SARL regarding getting the best return re Capital Gains Tax on the sale?

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