A shareholder agreement regulates the relations between some or all of the shareholders of a company. It can also supplement the company constitution in regulating the business and affairs of a company.
Shareholder agreements are particularly important for small-and-medium-enterprises and start-ups, spelling out specific legal rights and providing enhanced protection for founders and investors investing time and money into the business.
Without a shareholder agreement in place, a thriving business may fall victim to deadlocks and disputes between company shareholders.
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