Shareholder Loan Agreement to Company
Shareholder Loan Agreement to Company (also called a “Stockholder Loan Agreement”) is used when a corporation is borrowing money from one of its shareholders (or “stockholders”); a shareholder (or “stockholder”) is lending money to its corporation; or a corporation owes money to a shareholder (or “stockholder”) (for salary, etc.
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Table of Content:
- Definitions and Interpretation
- The Loan
- Further Lending
- Events of Default
- Legal Costs and Expenses
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