This range of UK company Share Sale Agreements deal with the sale or purchase of shares in a private company for cash or allows a new shareholder to subscribe for newly issued shares whilst at the same time buying shares from other shareholders.
This is an agreement for the sale of a majority or a minority shareholding in a private company for cash (rather than shares).
This is a subscription agreement for new shares to bring in a new shareholder or increase the shareholding of an existing one.
This is a simple subscription agreement for new shares where the buyer does not need extensive warranties about the state of the company.
This document allows a new shareholder to subscribe for a newly issued shares whilst at the same time buying shares from other shareholders.
This agreement is for the sale of shares in a private company in any industry for cash.
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