Shareholder Agreements

Some limited companies do not have a shareholders agreement despite the benefits that having one may bring.

It is akin to a partnership agreement and will outline in detail how disputes will be resolved, any contractual arrangements for the business, control and management of the company, details of financial contributions to the business and details of how ownership and voting rights of shares will work. The shareholder agreement can therefore be valuable for future reference for the business and we at JCP Rural Practice understand that there may be specific issues that need to be dealt with in an agreement representing the shareholders of farming limited company.

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Rory Hutchings

Richard Howells

Alice Dearden-Cobbett

Myria Griffiths

Rhianydd Llewellyn

Rory Hutchings

Alice Dearden-Cobbett

Malcolm Thomas

Richard Howells

Myria Griffiths

Rhianydd Llewellyn