17.2 The content of this shareholders` pact cannot be changed without the mutual understanding of the parties. The parties consult annually at the company`s general meeting on whether to revise the shareholder contract. The parties mentioned above, referred to as “parties” and individually “parties,” have the following shareholder contract (the “shareholders` pact”) relating to the ownership of the parties to COMPANY NAME, the number of VAT NUMBER, a company registered in accordance with COUNTRY laws (hereafter referred to as “companies”). Therefore, if a dispute arises, shareholders can and will first conduct voluntary negotiations and mediations before introducing the issue into mandatory arbitration as the ultimate and ultimate method of resolving disputes. Unless otherwise provided by law, the company`s disputes should not be settled in court. 14.1 Contracting parties are held incommunicado in the confidentiality of everything they learn as shareholders, boards of directors, directors or employees of the company. This provision does not apply to matters which, in the present circumstances, must be made available to third parties, (ii) are public or public, or (iii) must be made public under statutes. Our shareholders` pact model can be tailored to the specific needs of your business. The executive shareholder and/or the board of directors cannot make these decisions alone without the consent of all the owners of the company.
Shareholders may agree to a general dividend distribution policy so that the shareholder or board of directors can follow suit. The following guidelines are used by the companies: CET ACCORD, dated [AGREEMENT DATE] is concluded between the following persons, who form all the current shareholders of [CORPORATION] (“Corporation”), shareholders may accept the closure of the company by a majority. During the liquidation process, the company`s assets are applied to the company`s legal obligations. This provision outlines these debt priorities. In essence, it sets the rules that govern the relationship between shareholders and the company and with each other. A “managing shareholder” when appointed is a shareholder who, as president or chief executive, takes over the main control of the company. When shareholders agree that a shareholder should be a “managing shareholder,” they authorize a corporate structure that gives the executive the right and obligation to make most decisions regarding the management of the business without the need for ongoing consultation and shareholder approval. A shareholder holds shares called shares in a company. If the company does well, the shareholder benefits. If the company does not do well, the shareholder may lose money.
Right to first refusal: If a shareholder wishes to sell his shares and part of the company, he must first propose to sell his shares at fair value to other shareholders. If the shareholders cannot buy them, the selling shareholder can offer them to a third party. When signing the document, make sure you follow all additional instructions to sign and certify the document. These instructions are either next to the signature line or in the instructions at the end of the document. This is only a starting point for valuation negotiations between the selling shareholder and the buyer. If this predetermined value is obsolete, the agreement provides that the valuation of the shares is based on the fair value of the entity`s net assets.