Appointment of Shareholder's Representative

Simply complete the Appointment of Shareholder's Representative form below and click View Results to see your completed contract.

LegalContract's Appointment of Shareholder's Representative

  • allows a representative to vote at all shareholder meetings and to make other decisions that the shareholder would normally make.
  • needed by all corporations that own shares in another corporation. Technically, a corporation cannot vote as a shareholder and must appoint someone to vote on its behalf.

If you are not a corporation, try our Band Partnership Agreement.

We regularly maintain this contract. Last Modified: January 2016

Appointment of Shareholder's Representative Details
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This software has the flexibility to let you quickly create the Appointment of Shareholder's Representative you want. It does this by providing many options with appropriate defaults.

One common default is 'Do Not Specify'. This default means that the finished agreement will not have a clause dealing with that topic. The benefit of not specifying is that you get a shorter and simpler document; however, the document will be less precise. Also, in some cases, the issue may not even be applicable. For example, if you do not want to specify whether utilities are included in the rent, then it is appropriate to pick 'Do Not Specify' for the answer to this question.


Name of Corporation:
Jurisdiction of Incorporation:

Name of Shareholder:
You need to do a separate Appointment for each class of voting shares in the Corporation.

How many shares do you hold?
(e.g. 1000)

Description of shares:

(e.g. Class "A" voting, Class D preferred, etc.)

Name of Representative:
Male Female

Date of Shareholder meeting:
(e.g. July 1st, 2005)
Type of Meeting:
Signing Details

Date Appointment to be signed:
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