Business shareholders agreement

Price: $POA

This service requires legal advice and tailoring.  Quoted fees for client acceptance will vary based on the complexity of the advice and/or documentation required.

Those who own a business jointly with another person via a company structure should have a shareholders agreement in place.  When the parties inevitably want to reconsider their options, they find that there is little regulation in this area, which makes the agreement a critical instrument governing the relationship.

A shareholders agreement regulates the relationship between shareholders of a company. It may include such considerations as who can be a shareholder, who can be elected to the board, and what happens in the event of sale, incapacity, bankruptcy etc.

A good shareholders agreement will provide a transparent framework for the operation and management of the company. Our lawyers can advise and tailor documents based on the needs of the shareholders and the company itself.

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