A share sale contract is concluded between a seller and a buyer For an agreement to be legally binding, the offer and acceptance are first and foremost the criteria to be met. For example, company A wants an investment and to this end, it invites investors to invest in the company. B an investor who wishes to invest in company A contributes 100 crores and, in return, company A B provides some shares corresponding to the amount of the investment. This will give B, to some extent, ownership of company A. As we can see, there was an offer from A that was duly accepted by B, and it is an agreement between those two. A share naming agreement lists the details of the company`s shares and the price of the shares sold. It gives an investor an overview of the value of the company`s shares. Typically, a company has two ways to raise capital. They can either go public and issue shares to the public, or invite private investors. In any event, the share launderers` contract which determines the number of shares that an undertaking is willing to give to the subscriber and the price at which those shares are given comes into play. Some of the most common clauses contained in a share subscription agreement are confidentiality, conditions precedent, warranties, indemnification, etc. From the name itself, we can imagine an agreement in which shares are transferred from one party to another. Shares give shareholders (one who owns the shares) ownership of the company, and this can be done through the purchase of a share by the company or by the company`s existing shareholders….