These options may be exercised in the event of specific events such as the absence of an IPO or other standard events or after a specified period. The agreement should clearly define the scope of the appeal option agreement (for example.B. the agreement should define the exact number of option shares). Suppose there are two shareholders in a registered joint venture company – A and B. Shareholders A is concerned that B will not refuse the shareholder contract and will not be able to remedy this deficiency. In order to reduce the risk of loss for A, a shareholders` pact may provide a put option mechanism that allows A to sell the shares in B and leave the company in the event of a default. In this case, A has the right to require B to repurchase A`s shares at a specified price in the event of default, and B may be retained in the business. The ability to invest shares in a private company is legal when granted to an Indian investor. However, if the investor is a foreigner or a non-resident, a minimum guarantee for the exit price is contrary to the RBI guidelines. For example, the shareholders` pact (if any) may include pre-emption rights on the issuance of shares or the transfer of shares to the company, and existing shareholders must waive those rights. The incorporation of the company may also limit the issuance of shares to new shareholders. Put and call obligations work best if there is diversity in the size of the stakes, they would not work well if the shareholders had equal shares. Shareholder agreements generally require shareholder agreement on a number of issues.
This may require a special or super majority of shareholders or directors to accept. Decisions that require this particular authorization are the most important decisions the company faces. Therefore, a shareholders` pact must provide for what should happen in the event of a deadlock between shareholders or directors regarding these decisions. There are a variety of deadlock clauses that can be used, this article will outline and evaluate these options. A put option has become a popular exit option in business practice and has resulted in the put option clause in the shareholders` pact and the share subscription agreement. This right of sale is not conferred by law on the shareholder, but by the creation of a contractual agreement between the parties. Therefore, if no option to sell is provided, the investor or shareholder cannot exercise this right of sale. Put Options on shares of a private company is legal when granted to an Indian investor. If the investor is a foreigner or an NRI, then the minimum warranty of the exit price is at odds with the RBI guidelines. The legality of the clause can only be questioned by the fact that a contract allowing the investor to sell the shares to the developer at a later fixed counterparty is equivalent to a futures contract prohibited by the Securities Regulation Act of 1956.