8.1 “share transfer”: situations in which shares are transferred from one party to another party or to a third party, whether in whole or in part, and whether this is done through sale, donation, transfer, succession or insolvency proceedings. The weighted average development of dilusants is also a form of economic protection against dilution and gives the investor the right to acquire shares at a price that represents the difference between old and new prices and that is more business-friendly than the total immorality of rats. As with all shareholder agreements, an agreement for a startup often includes the following sections: CP2 – conversion price immediately after the cp1 shares are reissued – conversion price just before the new issuance of A shares – number of common shares, B – global consideration of the company for the reissue divided by CP1 C – number of new shares issued If the capital is committed, bringing in new shareholders, or when an existing shareholder transfers shares to third parties by any means (including family members), these shareholders must be linked to the SHA. To do so, a SHA should clearly state that any new shareholder or acquirer must be a part of the SHA before receiving the shares. This can be achieved by requiring the purchaser or subsequent purchaser of shares/investor to sign a document in the form of a document by which they agree to be bound by all SHA conditions. Such a document is an “instrument of membership” or an “instrument of fidelity.” Voluntary disposals generally relate to the sale of existing shares of an existing shareholder through a simple sale, sale, charge or collateral; this may include direct or indirect transfers to bankruptcy directors, creditors, directors or liquidators. 14.1 Contracting parties are held incommunicado in the confidentiality of everything they learn as shareholders, boards of directors, directors or employees of the company. This provision does not apply to matters which, in the present circumstances, must be made available to third parties, (ii) are public or public, or (iii) must be made public under statutes. To be clear, the right of the first refusal applies to the right to acquire existing shares of another shareholder (unlike pre-emption rights which constitute a form of protection against dilution that gives a shareholder the right to retain a proportionate interest in future shares).