Books On Shareholders Agreement

The parties mentioned above, referred to as “parties” and individually “parties,” have the following shareholder contract (the “shareholders` pact”) relating to the ownership of the parties to COMPANY NAME, the number of VAT NUMBER, a company registered in accordance with COUNTRY laws (hereafter referred to as “companies”). Enter your mobile phone number or email address below and we`ll send you a link to download the free Kindle app. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet or computer – no Kindle device is needed. The agreement is often used to protect shareholders` rights and obligations and to find a common legal basis for the company. Finally – a guide to written shareholder agreements for ordinary businessmen and not just for lawyers. It`s unlikely that you only bought this book for gags (which are many!), but I guarantee you`ll find it the most entertaining book on shareholder agreements you`ve read – by far! This title is also available on Westlaw UK, allowing you to access it anytime and anywhere. Online access to books you trust via Westlaw UK can add a whole new dimension to how you work with reviews and instructions in the wide range of our titles. This is a gem of a book from a very competent lawyer who is not according to your money! (with the exception of the cost of the e-book). It is a perfectly simplified DIY guide for shareholder agreements and allows you, as the owner or owner of the business, to sort it yourself or, at the very least, guide it through the process. There is so much useful information that is so easy to read, even though I understood it. In any case, a must, even if you plan to get professional legal advice. 1.2 Between the contracting parties, the shareholder contract takes precedence over the law, the company`s statutes, the possible internal regulations of the board of directors, possible management instructions and other prior agreements between the parties concerning the matters governed by the shareholder contract.

7.2 In the event of a disagreement, each contracting party may require that a dividend of XX% of the company`s after-tax profit be distributed proportionately to shareholders.


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