Deed of Adherence: share transfer
Deed of Adherence to a Shareholders Agreement by a transferee of shares in the company
How does a new shareholder become bound by a Shareholders Agreement?
On a transfer of existing shares in a company, the new shareholder may be required to sign up to the existing Shareholders Agreement of the company. The requirement to enter into a Deed of Adherence may be found either in the company’s Articles of Association or in the Shareholders Agreement.
This is done by the transferee executing a Deed of Adherence to the Shareholders Agreement. The same process may also apply where a new shareholder has received shares by way of the issue of new shares.
About this Deed of Adherence
This Deed of Adherence is for a new shareholder to whom shares have been transferred to agree to become bound by the company’s existing Shareholders Agreement.
It is in the form of a Deed between the new shareholder and the company.
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