5.10 Unless it follows from the wording of a clause and with regard to the entire share transfer contract, that a given clause must mean something other than: all words that are only in the singular are considered plural (and vice versa) and all words designated in a given sex are considered all genders and all terms, persons who designate a particular form of person or persons apply to both legal persons (e.g.B. enterprises) and natural persons (and vice versa). The number of shares held by a shareholder determines his percentage of the company`s ownership and the payment of dividends for which they are eligible when the company pays dividends. The payment of a dividend is the money paid to shareholders and usually results from a distribution of a company`s annual profit. 4. IMPACT OF THE ABSENCE OF FORMALITY It is agreed that, if the planned transfer of shares is not effective due to a lack of formality (including, but not limited to, the non-registration of the transfer in the company`s registers or due to a refusal by the directors of the company whose shares are transferred), the transfer of all economic interests in the shares to the transferee through the creation of a trust the transferee in as a beneficiary, in which the actions constitute the object and contemptuous of the agents. 5.15 This share transfer agreement is binding on both parties due to the conduct of both parties and despite a defect or error in the formality of its execution. The two main classes of shares that can be transferred are: a. the date indicated in a written agreement signed by all shareholders and which terminates the agreement; or b. the bankruptcy, liquidation or dissolution of the company. Variation This share transfer agreement may be amended and any changes must be made in writing by both parties. 50. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the Parties and supersedes all prior agreements or assurances regarding the matters set forth in this Agreement, and there are no conditions, warranties, assurances, agreements, either explicitly or implicitly, with respect to such matters.

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