Shareholder Agreements

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A private company needs a shareholders' agreement. It is a confidential document (not one that is publicly available at Companies House) and it can be used to regulate the roles and responsibilities of the shareholders, appointment of directors, board procedures, voting rights and sale of shares as well as restricting outgoing shareholders from competition with the company.

We have three shareholder agreements - A107 is a short form for a company with two shareholders. A108 again is a short Heads of Agreement for setting up a new company,  while A166  is more detailed and designed for a company with three or more shareholders.

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