As with all shareholder agreements, an agreement for a startup often contains the following sections: a shareholders` agreement, also known as a shareholders` agreement, is an agreement between the shareholders of a company that describes how the company should operate and defines the rights and obligations of shareholders. The agreement also contains information on the management of the company as well as on the privileges and protection of shareholders. A shareholders` agreement may be concluded at any time and each member may propose to use one. Another concern is where a minority shareholder could transfer their shares to anyone. This could create problems for other shareholders, especially when the sale takes place to a competitor or other person that the other shareholders do not wish to associate with the company. But conversely, forcing an unhappy shareholder to stay can cause more problems than having a new unknown shareholder interested in the company`s success. All shareholders must agree for business to prosper. To overcome these problems, shareholder agreements often contain rules relating to the sale and transfer of shares – to whom shares can be transferred, under what conditions and at what price. . . .