A forfeitable shares agreement is a contract between a company and its shareholders that outlines the conditions under which shares may be forfeited. The agreement may specify that shares will be forfeited if the shareholder fails to meet certain conditions, such as attending board meetings or investing a certain amount of money in the company. The agreement may also provide for the forfeiture of shares if the shareholder engages in certain prohibited activities, such as selling the shares to a competitor.
Use this agreement when bringing an advisor on board to formalize variables such as job role and responsibilities, duration of contract and compensation. The agreement also sets forth certain key terms such as confidentiality and intellectual property.
This template is to be used the next time your company needs to set out terms with an individual (i.e. not to be used for agreements involving a personal service company as defined within IR35). It sets out the terms on which a contractor provides services to a client company, and is perfect for freelance software developers, marketing consultants, designers, PR/HR/recruitment consultants.
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