Amendment to Shareholder's Agreement?

Answer A shareholder's agreement is an agreement that protects and restricts rights of shareholders. An amendment to this agreement states a change made in the original shareholder's agreement.

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How to Draft an Amendment to a Settlement Agreement?

Drafting an amendment to a settlement agreement arises when the parties agree to a change in the original settlement agreement. Often, the process starts with additional negotiation, and if the pa... Read More »

Im buying a condo as a forcloser from Wells Fargo bank im in cntract the pres of board says it fraud he wants to buy it in the amendment it says they have first dibs amendment is from 1965?

The governing documents may dictate who can purchase the unit. You may need a condominium-savvy attorney to help you interpret the documents.

How many shareholders can an S corporation have?

According to the Internal Revenue Service, an S corporation cannot have more than 100 shareholders. There are also certain rules as to the type of shareholders, such as not allowing any non-residen... Read More »

Who are the shareholders of BBC News?

Marie Slaughter was played by Joyce Bulifant.