A unit trust is a common business structure where beneficiaries have a fixed interest in all the property that is the subject of the trust. A unitholders agreement is a contract between trustees and unitholders of a trust to manage the trust.
- Trust structure.
- Governance of the trust, such as trustee company's board of directors, approvals, or meeting requirements.
- Funding of the trust.
- Commercial outcomes.
- Duties and obligations of unitholders.
- Dispute resolution framework.
- How units in the trust are bought and sold.
Unitholder agreements can be complex, so our small business lawyers are here to help. We can work with you to create a custom unitholders agreement which suits the unique needs of your business.