5.1 Any shareholder may prevent other shareholders from collecting or mortgaged shares for the benefit of third parties; 1. In the case of an existing company, any person who develops the shareholders` pact should have at least a copy of the memorandum and the company`s statutes and a copy of the constitution (including a certificate of name change) (l) Any law or law defined or mentioned in it or, in an agreement or act to which it is referred , occasionally implies such a statute or law. , amended or completed, including by the succession of similar statutes or laws and references to all seizures and acts contained in them. The management of a business is usually carried out through the board of directors; it is therefore important for shareholders to agree on the number of directors, on the first directors, on how they should be appointed and deposed, and on whether holders of different classes of shares have a particular power to appoint them. It is customary for each of the major shareholders to have the right to appoint at least one director to the board of directors and, where a shareholder is an individual, he may also be a director. 32. Const parties. This agreement can be executed in return by the founders and can be executed and delivered by fax or any other electronic means, and all these counterparties and facsimiles together form an agreement. In the event of a disagreement in principle between shareholders, the shareholders` pact may contain provisions dealing with an impasse that generally provides for a method of resolving disputes such as mediation, but if this does not work, an angry shareholder may ultimately have the right to force the sale of his shares or the purchase of the shares of other shareholders or the dissolution of the company. 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.
(iii) when a shareholder makes an assignment to creditors, requests the appointment of an agent, liquidator or liquidator or liquidator or liquidator or proceedings concerning himself in connection with a bankruptcy or similar legal agreement; either when such an application is made or proceedings are initiated against the shareholder and the shareholder consents or a decision is taken authorizing such notification and remains in effect for sixty (60) days; Or are there issues that require the agreement of all directors or shareholders, contrary to the majority will, or are there issues that require the agreement of a director or a designated shareholder? ………………………………………………………………. (C) if the company issues to shareholders a certificate signed by the Chief Executive Officer or chairman of the company`s board of directors and which is de-formed, that, according to the trust of the board of directors, as evidenced by a decision of the Board of Directors, it would be significantly damaging to the company or its shareholders if such a registration of form S-3 took place (or , with respect to a record of the shelves in accordance with Section 4.4) for the company`s securities to be sold on that date), in this case, the company has the right to defer the filing of Form S-3 (or « regal-take-down ») for no more than sixty (60) days from the receipt of the request of the requesting shareholders in accordance with this section 4.3 (or section 4.4). If so) provided that the company does not use this right more than once over a period of twelve (12) months; (a) After the arrival of one of the events listed below, the company buys at the purchase value, as defined below, all the shares of the shareholder thus concerned: 1.1 Shareholders are all shareholders of the company, a company [STATE OF INCORPORATION] and are the only directors and officers of the company.