anders-jilden-3871.jpg
photo-1450101499163-c8848c66ca85.jpeg
anders-jilden-3871.jpg

Shareholders deed


Protect the interests of the company and its members today. Customise a Shareholders deed and Company Constitution for a new company online. $59

Time to complete: 15 minutes

Start now

SCROLL DOWN

Shareholders deed


Protect the interests of the company and its members today. Customise a Shareholders deed and Company Constitution for a new company online. $59

Time to complete: 15 minutes

Start now

 


A shareholders deed is a contract between the shareholders of a company that governs the relationship and business arrangements, sets out shareholder's rights, responsibilities, obligations and liabilities, and protects their interests. 

With Quick Laws you can quickly and easily customise a shareholders deed and company Constitution to your specific needs. You can place limits on the number of Directors that can be appointed, set out the rights and obligations of members and place conditions on the transfer and sale of shares. Quick Laws' step-by-step guidance will help you easily create a shareholders agreement that is customised to the individual needs of shareholders, and ready to use in minutes. 

Get started with our easy-to-use online form to create and download your shareholders deed and FREE company Constitution today. 

Why use this service?

✓ Save up to 90% in legal fees

✓ Complete in 15 minutes

✓ Ready to sign

✓ No Solicitor required

✓ Free 24 hour support


What people are saying


How it works

Complete company documents in 3 simple steps

 

Step 1. Complete
Our online form. We guide you through each step. 

Step 2. Download
Your completed documents
instantly, no waiting!

Step 3. Print & Sign
Check, print and sign.
That's it! 

 

COMMON QUESTIONS 

 

What is a shareholders deed? . . .

A shareholders deed is a contract between the shareholders of a company that governs their relationship and business arrangements, sets out their rights, responsibilities, obligations and liabilities, and protects their interests. It relates to matters separate from, but is usually read with, a company's Constitution.

What is a Company Constitution? . . .

It is not a requirement for a company to have a Constitution. If a company does not have its own can Constution and it can rely on the provisions in the Corporations Act, called “replaceable rules” to govern its internal management. Section 141 of the Corporations Act, contains a table that sets outs each of the replaceable rules. If a company has not yet been registered, the persons that consent to be members of the company must agree in writing to the terms of the constitution before the application for registration has been lodged. If the company is registered, then the company must pass a special resolution adopting it. A special resolution is a resolution that has been passed by at least 75% of the votes cast, usually at a general meeting.

What is a deed of accession? . . .

There may be a time when a person buys shares in the company and becomes a shreholder. The new shareholder needs to be incorporated into the shareholders deed. A new shareholder can sign a Deed of Accession to the shareholders’ agreement. Upon signing the Deed of Accession, the new shareholder will be bound by the provisions of the shareholders’ agreement. The Deed of Accession should sign the Deed od Accession as soon as the new shareholder becomes a shareholder.

Why do I need a shareholders deed and Company constitution? . . .

Although you and your business partners may be on good terms now, sometimes running a company puts a strain on that relationship. A Shareholders Agreement helps protect your interests if problems arise. If a disagreements arises, it can be very helpful to have a clear idea of what the business owners have agreed to before the dispute, or if an owners circumstances change with regard to their ability to run the company.

How do I start a company? . . .

A company is incorporated when it is registered by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC). To register a company, you must lodge a prescribed form with ASIC and pay a fee. When ASIC registers a company it will give the company an Australian Company Number (ACN) and issue a certificate of registration.

 
photo-1450101499163-c8848c66ca85.jpeg

Start shareholders deed


"I had a law firm draft a simple document for my business. It cost me $13,000 and words were missing. It was clear the lawyer had used a template and had not reviewed the document. Now, I use Quick Laws for my simple business documents. It's great."

                                                                              - Tim, NSW

Start shareholders deed


"I had a law firm draft a simple document for my business. It cost me $13,000 and words were missing. It was clear the lawyer had used a template and had not reviewed the document. Now, I use Quick Laws for my simple business documents. It's great."

                                                                              - Tim, NSW

Related documents guides

 
 

Download a FREE Minutes of General Meeting template


  Are you ready to create your shareholders deed?