Total shareholder & partnership agreement solutions

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We’ll help you with the essentials

What are your rights and obligations in a partnership? How do they differ if you are a shareholder and not a partner? What does it mean to become a private company? Every question needs to be considered in context – that’s where we come in.

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How we help you

Every partnership is unique. We can prepare, review and advise you on a partnership agreement to suit your situation; or provide help when things go wrong. We’re happy to answer any questions, big or small, at any time.

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What’s involved in setting up a partnership?

A partnership is usually where two or more people, companies or trusts come together. Basic protections for partnerships and partners are set out in the Partnership Act. However, to fully provide for the powers, rights and obligations of partners – and protect you when things go wrong – a partnership agreement is a must.

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Do I need a shareholder agreement?

While company constitutions and the Corporations Act provide minimum safeguards for shareholders rights and obligations and a means for resolving disputes and limited exit terms between shareholders, a shareholders’ agreement is vital to provide additional safeguards. Shareholders’ interests (majority or minority) are all different depending on your position, business model or industry.

We can help prepare, review and advise you about shareholders’ agreements, based on your circumstances.

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Plan your next move

Call us today if you are thinking about becoming a shareholder or setting up a private company

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Don’t wait any longer to get the right advice

All of our lawyers are highly specialised and experienced in their area of law
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