Damien Lehmann – Solicitor at Andreyev Lawyers chats with Tax Talks about Company Constitutions

When you are in business with people it is important you have the right documents in place. That will make sure things are fair and avoid disputes happening in future. 

Shareholders’ Agreements have traditionally been used for this, but we think Company Constitutions are the better way to go for many reasons.

Tax Talks is one of the most popular podcasts dealing with Australian legal and tax issues, hosted by Heide Robson. In this podcast with Tax Talks, Damien tells us why you should consider a tailored Company Constitution over a Shareholders’ Agreement. You can listen to Damien’s insights here: Tax Talks with Damien Lehmann.

You can read more about Tax Talks here.

Want to know more?

For more information about Company Constitutions v Shareholders’ Agreements, read this article:

Company Constitutions v Shareholders’ Agreement

For more information about Company Constitutions v Replaceable Rules, read this article:

Does your company need a Constitution?

For more information about how companies work, read this article:

How do companies work?

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