Shareholders’ agreements are used to establish common game rules when there is more than one shareholder in a limited company. Shareholders’ agreements can be used to agree about issues concerning the relationship between the shareholders and between the shareholders and the company in which they have a holding in matters where the Articles of Association or other constitutional documents do not provide sufficient regulations.
Some examples of issues that can be resolved with shareholders’ agreements include:
- Guidelines on procedure in case shareholders cannot reach a decision about a resolution
- The shareholders’ respective work input and wages or salaries
- How corporate administration is organised
- The distribution of profit and other financial rights and duties of the shareholders
- Matters concerning the disposal of shares
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