Shareholder Agreements - key facts
SMEs deal with people and other businesses on a daily basis. This means that your enterprise must deal with other business contracts all the time. Clients, suppliers, employees, investors, landlords, tenants, consultants and partners – you had, have or will have business contracts with them.
Shareholder agreements are key to ensuring your business is formalised in the right way and investment is managed correctly. Failure to do so from the outset can quickly lead to disputes down the line.
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Typical shareholder questions
1. Does this adhere to the normal shareholder agreement standards?
2. Is this contract sufficient to be legally binding for both parties?
3. Are all the important scenarios covered?
4. Provisions: deadlock, what happen if one of us dies, good leaver/ bad leaver?
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