If the promoters of a business decide to trade under the umbrella of a limited company then it is important for them as shareholders to enter into a Shareholders Agreement to set out clearly the terms and conditions of their partnership and the agreed business plan for the company. While the relationship is usually very amicable at the early stages, it may very quickly deteriorate if a dispute arises or if the business is not performing to expectations.
There are many issues that can be resolved by reference to the Shareholders Agreement such as:
- Dispute resolution mechanism;
- Appointment of directors;
- Division of profits;
- Death of a shareholder;
- Sale of shares;
- Sale of Company;
At oshealegal we have helped many budding entrepreneurs establish their businesses over the past thirty years are aware of the pitfalls and the need to keep legal costs to a minimum.
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