A unitholders agreement can be used for unitholders to document certain matters that may not be covered in the trust’s deed or which the unitholders wish to vary (perhaps temporarily) from the trust deed.
It's a contract between the unitholders of a unit trust (and typically the trustee(s) of the trust as well) containing agreed terms as to how the trust is to be managed. In NTAA Corporate’s Unitholders Agreement, we will take your instructions as to what it will cover.
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In NTAA Corporate’s Unitholders Agreement, we will take your instructions as to what it will cover. The agreement can cover any matter that the unitholders wish to agree on regarding the business or management of the trust. For example, it could cover, but is not limited to, any of the following issues:
Once the order is received we will prepare the agreement and send the completed documents to be signed by the relevant parties.
- Unitholders Agreement
- Guide to a Unitholders Agreement
- Explanatory letter