Articles of Association
Blackstone Solicitors offers expert legal services in relation to the preparation of and compliance with articles of association. These documents are essential in outlining the ways in which a company is run, and our specialist solicitors can provide the assistance you need to ensure they meet your requirements.
Contact our articles of association solicitors today to find out more about how we can help you and your business. Simply call us on 0161 929 0121 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of the team will be in touch to discuss in more detail.
We are committed to providing the very best service to each and every one of our clients. This means that we will help to ensure any articles of association are the right fit for you and your business and are fair for all parties involved. We know that strong personal relationships are key to the success of a business’s management and we will help to ensure all documents are in everyone’s best interests.
We work with businesses of all sizes and have a great deal of experience in working alongside companies to ensure that their affairs are managed in a manner that is fair for all shareholders and directors involved.
Why Legal Help is Important
Articles of association are important in laying out the agreed rules of operating a business and helping to prevent any disputes between shareholders and directors from arising. Without these rules, there is greater risk of disagreements over major decisions, such as the issue of new shares, the appointments of directors and shareholders’ decisions.
While there are default articles set down by law, it is often recommended that they are amended in order to better reflect the shareholders’ specific requirements. All companies must have articles of association because they act as a contract between the company and its shareholders.
At Blackstone, we can provide assistance in relation to all aspects of articles of association, including help with drafting them. We can:
- Advise on the options available when drafting the articles
- Deal with situations giving rise to permitted transfer of shares
- Deal with situations giving rise to compulsory transfer of shares
- Deal with pre-emption rights upon a proposed transfer of shares
Articles of association can be complex and often deal with many different matters, from restrictions on the transfer of shares to the minimum or maximum number of directors. Contact our team today for more information about how we can help you with any matter concerning articles of association.
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With offices in Cheshire and London, we are able to help businesses across the UK, including Manchester and Chester and elsewhere throughout the North West.