Shareholder's agreements

A shareholders’ agreement enables mutual agreements to be set down in a contract between you and your co-shareholders (outside of your articles of association), with a view to safeguarding the stability and continuity of your company.

Many unforeseen situations can be successfully anticipated on by means of a shareholders’ agreement, such as transfer provisions (e.g. a standstill period, pre-emption rights, tag-along and drag-along rights), purchase and sale options, agreements in relation to the management and representation of the company, voting agreements in relation to the protection of minority shareholders (e.g. veto rights), agreements in the event of an ongoing disagreement between shareholders, non-competition and non-solicitation provisions, and so on.

DLPA Advocaten can assist you in drawing up a shareholders’ agreement that is fully tailored to your company.

Contacts within this expertise:

Trees Vuylsteke

Maude Mertens

Klaas Vanneste

Within each of these areas of expertise, our firm is ready to assist you.

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