5.2 When the Company proposes to issue other shares (the “issued shares”), the issued shares are offered to shareholders at a price and on terms determined by the Board of Directors. The company provides each shareholder with a written notification (the “communication to issue”) specifying the price and conditions under which the issued shares are offered. (c) in the event of death or permanent disability (defined as the inability to fulfil its obligations) of a founder, 10% of the shares that have not been transferred will be immediately taken care of for the benefit of the deceased`s estate. At the request of the deceased`s estate, the company will purchase all the free movement shares of the deceased`s estate at a price corresponding to the last agreed valuation of the Schedule B company, provided there is appropriate key insurance for this purpose. Otherwise, the deceased`s estate may offer the shares in accordance with this agreement. 3.5 If more than one bidder has sent the seller a notice of purchase indicating his willingness to acquire the proposed shares, the purchasers purchase all the shares including the shares proposed in the parts they may agree to or, if no agreement has been reached, in each buyer`s share ratios, calculated without reference to the seller`s shares. At this point, shareholders must have a similar view of what they receive and what they offer the company. If, on that date, there are differences between the shareholders and they do not wish to participate in the agreement, you should consider this as a warning. They may also have difficulties with these people in the future. When it comes to issuing shares, there are rules designed to protect the interests of shareholders, which ensure that the transfer takes place only after the parties agree. A contract to buy and sell shares is an agreement for the sale and purchase of a given number of shares at an agreed price. The shareholder who sells his shares is the seller and the party that buys the shares is the buyer. This agreement specifies the terms of sale and purchase of the shares.
A shareholders` agreement is a contract between the company and its shareholders. It outlines the rights, obligations of shareholders and provisions relating to the management and authorities of the company. The purpose of the agreement is to protect the interests of shareholders; In particular, minority shareholders, i.e. those who hold less than 50% of the company`s shares. In the event that a candidate on the board of directors of one of the shareholders does not vote on the provisions of this agreement and acts as a director, the shareholders agree to exercise their right as shareholders of the company and in accordance with the company`s statutes, to remove that candidate from the board of directors and to elect such a person on the spot or even in their place who will do its best to implement the provisions of this agreement. , but only if the shareholder whose candidate has been withdrawn does not appoint a successor within fourteen days of the date on which the candidate was withdrawn. What is a shareholder contract? A shareholders` pact is a document involving several shareholders of a company, which details the results and concrete measures that are taken in the event of the departure of a shareholder of the company, whether voluntarily, involuntarily or when the company ceases operations.