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If you're selling (or buying) shares in a company, you'll need a share sale agreement.

A share sale agreement does two things. First, it gives the buyer comfort around what they are buying. Second, it sets out the seller's obligations and liabilities after the sale has been completed.

The contents of a share sale agreement will vary depending on whether some or all of the company's are being sold. If not all of the company's shares are being sold, a shareholders agreement would normally form part of the transaction.


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Shareholders Agreement

A Comprehensive Guide to Shareholders Agreements

Over 30 pages of detailed commentary, including a glossary of useful terms and a sample decision-making matrix.

In this guide you’ll learn about:

  • Why companies adopt shareholders agreements
  • How they relate to other documents, such as your company's constitution
  • The types of things that are usually covered
  • Alternatives for dealing with a range of different clauses
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