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What is a shareholders’ agreement?

A shareholders’ agreement is a contract between all or some of the company’s shareholders and occasionally the company.  The purpose of a shareholders’ agreement is to:

What does a shareholders’ agreement cover?

Shareholder agreements vary enormously. However, a typical shareholders’ agreement would be expected to cover the following:

New articles of association

The shareholders’ agreement is often accompanied with a new set of articles of association. Amongst other things, these would normally be expected to regulate the following:

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