A shareholders’ agreement is a private, binding agreement entered into by the shareholders of a company. It sets out the rights and obligations of each shareholder and creates a balance between the need to protect the shareholders’ rights whilst enabling the directors to run the company.

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A properly drafted shareholders’ agreement will:

  • enable the shareholders to be clear on their rights in any given situation
  • regulate the sale of shares in the company
  • set out how decisions are to be made
  • outline a clear dispute resolution procedure
  • offer protection for minority shareholders
  • govern how the company shall be run

In our experience, disputes between shareholders can be avoided if there is a shareholders’ agreement in place. Our corporate solicitors provide clear and concise legal advice, designed to ensure that the shareholders’ agreement is drafted to reflect the needs of all of the members.

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