The number of shares held by a shareholder determines his percentage of the company`s ownership and the payment of dividends for which they are eligible when the company pays dividends. The payment of a dividend is the money paid to shareholders and usually results from a distribution of a company`s annual profit. When establishing a share purchase agreement, it is important to provide details about the shares to be sold, for example. B the nature of the actions. Common, Preferred, Voting, and Non-Voting are terms that can be used to describe actions. 5.1. At the offices of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Barcelona, the sale and purchase provided for in clause 2.1 shall be completed at least three (3) working days after the notification referred to in point 3.3 (or on another date agreed by the parties), provided that the condition precedent referred to in point 3.1(d) is fulfilled immediately before the conclusion, if all the following points are to take place in the defined order: This is an example of a purchase and purchase agreement on the shares of the company, with a mechanism for adjusting the price after a period of verifications and some guarantees on the situation of the company. A share purchase agreement also contains payment details, for example. B if a deposit is required, when full payment is due and the closing date of the agreement. What distinguishes this document from a share purchase agreement is that a share subscription contract is used in cases where a company sells its shares while, in a share purchase agreement, a shareholder of the company sells shares already issued to another party. Shares (or shares) are ownership shares in a company that are distributed among shareholders (also called shareholders).
2.1. Subject to the adjustments provided for in clauses 6 and 9, the total purchase price (the purchase price) to be paid for all shares is the sum of euros [•], subject to such adjustments. 3.3. In the context of condition 3.1 (b) above, the seller agrees that he disposes of the property under market conditions, that he bears all similar taxes and obligations as well as all costs related to the transfer of the immovable property (including, but not limited to, taxes levied on capital gains, local taxes, stamp duty, b. transfer rights or registration fees), that the transfer of immovable property involves the transfer of all related liabilities and debts, including, but not limited to, loans, financial leasing contracts and security interests, and that the immovable property is re-leased to group companies under leasing contracts. . . .