Shareholders Agreements

Smart Law Solicitors can draft a shareholder agreement that clarifies the rights of shareholders and puts a structure in place to resolve disputes efficiently

The shareholder agreement is a highly important document for any privately owned company. It clarifies the rights and obligations of shareholders and sets out how to resolve any disputes.

Examples of what a shareholder agreement can cover are:

  • The company’s areas of business
  • A structure for resolving disputes
  • The issuing of further shares
  • The freedom to transfer shares
  • The sale of shares and the obligation to offer them first to existing shareholders.
  • Death of shareholder and the shareholders' right of first refusal to purchase the deceased’s shares
  • Conditions on each individual shareholder's ability to enter into contracts on behalf of the company. If shareholders do not follow the agreed limits and procedures, they can become personally liable rather than exposing all shareholders to the risk.

Contact Smart Law experts about shareholders agreements on 01223 451057

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