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New Practical law content: shareholders' deed for a start-up

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Practical Law Corporate has published Standard document, Shareholders' deed for a start-up, which is a standard form shareholders' deed between the shareholders of a start-up company and the company itself. This shareholders' deed can be used in relation to a proprietary company limited by shares that is a start-up or early stage company, and it is also suitable for use in the context of angel and venture capital investors.

This new resource complements Practical Law's suite of start-up resources in the Corporate Transactions specialist topic Start-ups. For a guide to these start-up resources, see Toolkit, Start-up companies. Access to the resources listed in this toolkit depends on what is included in your Practical Law subscription. To find out more about Practical Law or to upgrade your subscription, contact our Customer care team.

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