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    Contents of shareholders agreement

    1. Basis for agreement

    Basis for agreement

    This part of the agreement declares the reasons for the agreement and which shares the agreement refers to. The most common reason for the agreement is to secure the company’s continued development and to utilize the parties’ interest.

    In the most common wayAccording to attachment

    2. Share purchase

    Share purchase

    This describes the main rule for share purchases. The main rule is that none can sell their shares during the time that is agreed in the agreement.

    In the most common wayAccording to attachment

    3. Bail out person at event of death

    Bail out person at event of death

    If any of the partners decease, the agreement is still valid with the deceased's heirs. Normally if one partner die, the partnership uses the insurance payout to buy the deceased person’s interest.

    A partnership insurance makes it possible for the surviving partners to have enough capital to be able to purchase the shares from the deceased.

    Partnership insurance (life insurance)Partial paymentsAccording to attachment

    4. Safekeeping of the shares

    Safekeeping of the shares

    Most common is to keep the shares secure, in for example a safe-deposit box where no individual shareholder have access, to guarantee that no one breaks the agreement.

    In the most common wayDoes not concern this in the agreementAccording to attachment

    5. Private property

    Private property

    This part exists so the partners will ensure that the shares are respective parts private property. This means that if any part should get married, a premarital settlement that shows that the shares are the partners private property must be elaborated.

    Yes (requires premarital settlement)NoAccording to attachment

    6. Non-compete clause

    Non-compete clause

    Non-compete clause is a prohibition against partners competing within the company business.

    Yes, during the period of the agreementNoAccording to attachment

    7. Consultation obligations before Annual General Meeting

    Consultation obligations before Annual General Meeting

    This part exists so the partners won’t surprise each other at the Annual General meeting. Normally, it is agreed that a meeting will be held before the Annual General Meeting.

    In the most common wayDoes not concern this in the agreementAccording to attachment

    8. Board- and voting rights

    Board- and voting rights

    This normally determines that all shareholders have the right to be included in the board of the directors as a board member or an alternate member.

    In the most common wayDoes not concern this in the agreementAccording to attachment

    9. Income and other benefits

    Adjusted to condition on the marker or equalDoes not concern this in the agreementAccording to attachment

    10. Interest for deposited funds beyond share capital

    5%Shall not be includedDoes not concern this in the agreement

    11. Breach of contract

    The person who breach the contract shall be bailed outAccording to attachment

    12. Period of agreement

    3 years with extension and 1 years time of noticeTemporarily

    13. After the agreement is ceased to be valid

    After the agreement is ceased to be valid

    This regulates what will happen after the agreement is ceased to be valid if the partners cannot agree on a new agreement and if any part wants to transfer his or hers shares.

    In the most common wayAccording to attachment

    14. Settlement of dispute

    Settlement of dispute

    Arbitration has the advantages that the process is quick, it is not official and it cannot be appealed. Arbitration is however often expensive, but using Expedited Arbitration, which means that one arbitrator instead of three handles the dispute, is less expensive.

    Expedited ArbitrationOrdinary court of lawArbitratorsAccording to attachment

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    Contents of shareholders agreement

    Basis for agreement:
    Share purchase:
    Bail out person at event of death:
    Safekeeping of the shares:
    Private property:
    Non-compete clause:
    Consultation obligations before Annual General Meeting:
    Board- and voting rights:
    Income and other benefits:
    Interest for deposited funds beyond share capital:
    Breach of contract:
    Period of agreement:
    After the agreement is ceased to be valid:
    Settlement of dispute:

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