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Introductory Guide to Shareholders’ Agreements

What is a Shareholders’ Agreement? We often have clients who tell us that they have started a new business and have been advised by friends / colleagues to enter into a shareholders’ agreement. We are frequently asked why a shareholders’ agreement is needed and the matters covered by the agreement. To put it simply, a shareholders’ agreement is a private contract that can be entered into by some or all of the shareholders of a company to regulate the affairs between them. It gives rise to contractual obligations between the parties and the usual contractual remedies are available in the event of breach. The structure and provisions within a shareholders’ […]

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Fantastic Tips for Starting Up An Online Business | Company and Commercial

For budding entrepreneurs there has never been a better time in history to start your own internet business.  The miracle of the internet allows those with the necessary courage, work-ethic and gumption, to set up shop without the crippling costs of finding, stocking and financing a physical premises. But the online revolution has offered start-up businesses much more than just removing the need for expensive premises.  Some of the many advantages of owning and operating an internet based business include: Low start up costs.  Depending on the type of online business you plan to operate, initial costs can start from as little as a few hundred pounds (the cost of […]

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My Yacht, My Business – How To Plan Your Finances When Purchasing A Yacht My Yacht, My Business – How To Plan Your Finances When Purchasing A Yacht

Someone once quipped that buying a boat is the equivalent of standing in a shower, ripping up hundred-pound notes. The witty remark was, of course, referring to a small jet boat – anyone who has ever owned a yacht knows that in all likelihood a zero (or three) ought to be added to the notes referred to in the gag. There is no doubt that buying and owning a yacht involves a significant capital injection. However, there are ways you can operate your yacht as a business, enabling you to plan for tax and minimise legal wrangling with foreign jurisdictions. One of the ways a yacht can be turned into […]

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