It will not be surprising that this is an agreement between the shareholders of a company. In essence, the agreement regulates the relationship between the shareholder and the relationship between shareholders and the relations between shareholders. A directive limiting the transfer of shares may be adopted in order to prevent an embarrassing or stupid minority shareholder from selling shares to a fake foreigner or an adversary; But it is beneficial for all shareholders, unlike the majority only. The most ideal approach for selling/transferring shares is to invent reasonable and effective guidelines at the time and to whom they can sell shares. The model agreement is designed for start-ups and therefore does not contain some of the more complex provisions that you would see in later growth companies that accept venture capital investments or other forms of investor participation. . . .