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Whenever a new company is established with more than one shareholder, it is wise to set up a shareholders' agreement. In addition, it should be updated when an additional shareholder is brought in and when there are changes in income tax provisions, family law and changes in the nature of the business operations. The agreement should be set up with the assistance of a lawyer and a Canadian Chartered Accountant. There are many reasons to set up a shareholders' agreement, but the primary one is to prevent shareholder disputes from arising later on that could be disruptive to the normal course of business operations. Such disputes are avoided by defining in advance the terms of many often-disputed areas, such as the following:
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