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Shareholder Agreements

We have six  Shareholder Agreements for you in this bundle. Scroll down for a description of each.  If you would like to purchase individually please go to :-https://precedentsonline.com.au/category/shareholder-agreements/

Shareholder Agreement – General

A general purpose Shareholder Agreement with drafting notes. Covers most popular topics. 15 pages long.

Our most versatile and popular Shareholder Agreement

Shareholder Agreement Including Accession Deed

A general Shareholder Agreement that covers includes an Accession Deed for adding new shareholders at a later time.

A versatile agreement that can be adapted to suit a wide range of industries. 21 pages long.   

Shareholders Agreement Covers Initial Funding

A general Shareholder Agreement that covers initial funding, further funding, appointment of directors, relations between shareholders and disposal of shares. It contains a formula for the pricing and sale of shares. A versatile agreement that can be adapted to suit a wide range of industries.

Shareholder Agreement Appointing a Director

A very detailed Shareholders Agreement that allows a shareholder to appoint a director, loans to the company by shareholders, and restricts decision making parameters of executive directors to parameters listed in a schedule to the agreement. Executive directors are required to disclose pre-existing commercial interests and an attached schedule lists issues requiring special majority resolution approval. A very detailed shareholders agreement suitable for large commercial enterprises where there may be one or more large investors who may not have involvement in day to day running of the company. This agreement contemplates many detailed aspects of the running of a company.

Shareholders Agreement Covers Initial Funding

A standard, general Shareholder Agreement that covers initial, further funding, appointment of directors, relations between shareholders and disposal of shares. Allows a constitution to be adopted by the company and attached to the agreement. The variable in information is contained in a schedule to the agreement, which makes it quick and easy to adapt to a variety of uses.

Minority Shareholder Agreement

The marginalisation of one shareholder or group of shareholders is called ‘shareholder oppression’. The shareholder oppression claims heard in Australian courts are in situations where a minority shareholder (or shareholders) are being unfairly treated by a larger (and usually a majority) shareholder.

The oppressive conduct provisions of the Corporations Act are commonly used in conjunction with a claim of breach of director’s duty or in bringing an application to wind up the company entirely. Situations in which shareholder oppression occurs may be avoided by using a minority shareholder agreement, particularly in situations where the minority shareholders are making a significant financial contribution to the company.

 

COMPLETE BUNDLE PRICE $475.00

 

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