Shareholders agreement

A shareholder agreement is the best way to protect your business and your partners. This contract allows you to establish rules for managing the company, clarify each partner’s involvement (non-compete clause), and manage the terms of selling your shares in the event of voluntary departure, death, or disagreement.

Such a document serves as a trust-building measure for potential investors and partners.

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We offer two shareholder agreement templates to meet your needs based on your requirements and budget.

Key shareholders’ agreement

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Frequently asked questions - Manage my shareholders

A shareholders’ agreement is a contract that establishes the rules and conditions of the relationship among the shareholders of a company. It defines the rights and obligations of each shareholder, decision-making procedures, profit distribution, and mechanisms for resolving conflicts. It allows for the anticipation of different scenarios and protects the interests of the shareholders. At Lexstart, we offer two types of shareholders’ agreements: essential, which establishes equal rights among shareholders, and customized, which provides for different rights tailored to the specific needs of the shareholders.

Having a shareholders’ agreement provides several important advantages:

  • It establishes clear rules for decision-making, profit distribution, and company management.
  • It protects the interests of shareholders by defining their rights and obligations.
  • It allows for the anticipation of conflict resolution mechanisms, reducing the risk of costly disputes.
  • It provides a solid and equitable structure for shareholders, fostering trust and collaboration.
  • It facilitates succession planning by outlining the procedures for transferring shares in the event of a shareholder’s death or departure.

Lexstart’s Essential Shareholder Agreement template is designed for shareholders who want to establish clear and equitable rules for the management of their company. It is suitable for situations where shareholders have equal rights and responsibilities and share the same interests. This template is designed to provide a strong foundation for protecting the rights and obligations of each shareholder and ensuring effective collaboration.

Lexstart’s personalized shareholder agreement service is tailored for shareholders with specific needs who wish to establish different rights, roles, and responsibilities based on their individual situations. It is suitable for scenarios where shareholders have varying interests, financial contributions, or distinct roles within the company. This service aims to provide a customized solution to meet the unique needs of each shareholder, offering maximum flexibility and adaptability.

The issuance of shares refers to the process by which a company offers new shares to investors or its existing shareholders. This can be done to raise the company’s capital, fund projects, or reward employees through stock option plans. Share issuance often requires tax, legal procedures, and shareholder approval.

Share transfer refers to the transfer or sale of an shareholder’s shares to another. This can occur when a shareholder wants to sell their shares, when a new investor joins the company, or during an internal reorganization. Share transfer often involves tax and legal formalities, such as drafting a share transfer agreement and obtaining approval from other shareholders.

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