The shareholders agreement will govern the relationship between the individual shareholders and the rights that those shareholders will have to run the business. Depending on the form of your business, the shareholders may have expansive power, or their power may be very limited. If there are only a few shareholders, the relationship between those individual shareholders will also need to be provided for.
So, it is important to make sure that the terms in your agreement are tailored to the way in which you want your business to be run. For that reason, I would suggest that you speak with an attorney about the specifics of your situation before writing your shareholders agreement.
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