Shareholders Agreement Vs Unanimous Shareholders Agreement

Shareholder agreements have a large number of provisions that focus on (a) who makes decisions regarding the management and operation of the business and (b) can be transferred, distributed and sold as shares. Holders of these rights may compel other shareholders to sell their shares to an offering third party and not to use their rights of opposition and valuation in certain circumstances. The triggering of a participation is subject to the agreement of the holders of a certain percentage/class of shares. Several provisions relating to the management and control of a company may be included in a shareholders` agreement.