Start out with simple restrictions.
The basic rule of the buy-sell process is to impose general restrictions on transfers … then you add exceptions. There are certain types of transfers that are often addressed in buy-sell agreements. One of the simpler ones is a permitted transfer in which someone can make a transfer without getting consent of the other shareholders. Allowing this type of transfer can be helpful within families for estate planning purposes or with planned sales. This video will review permitted transfers with consent, rights of first refusal, special transition events, and tag- and drag-along rights.
Mark R. High
Dickinson Wright PLLC
- Member with Dickinson Wright PLLC in Detroit, Michigan
- Concentrates in the areas of business law, corporate finance, corporate governance, and international transactions
- President of the Canada-U.S. Business Association in SE Michigan/SW Ontario; former chair of Michigan Business Law Section
- Conducts seminars on and writes articles dealing with buy-sell agreements for the ABA, State Bar of Michigan, trade associations, and commercial services
- J.D. degree, Duke University; B.A. degree, The College of Wooster
- Can be contacted at 313-223-3650 or [email protected]
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