A share purchase agreement is itself a private document and it is not necessary to submit it to Companies House. However, you should inform Companies House of the change in the holding of shares in the target company`s next annual performance. The acquisition of shares is the acquisition of a company`s operating activities. None of the existing contracts with the company change. When a shareholder sells its shares in a company, it achieves a complete break in the relationship between it and the target business. However, the buyer will insist on a number of contractual commitments concerning the company (guarantees) that will bind the shareholder after the sale. The buyer acquires all the shares without any charge, as well as all rights related to the shares at the close, including, in order to avoid doubts, the preferred share The purchaser is not obliged to conclude the purchase of one of the shares, unless the purchase of all the shares is concluded at the same time in accordance with this agreement, but the conclusion of the acquisition of a few shares has no influence on the purchaser`s rights with respect to the purchase. Neither the buyer nor the seller are required to complete the sale and purchase of the shares, unless all the requirements of Clause 4 and Schedule 3 have been met: a typical sales contract of the company deals with several important issues, including: what distinguishes this document from a share purchase agreement is that a share purchase agreement is used in cases where a company sells its shares. , while in a contract for the sale and sale of shares, a shareholder of the company sells to another part of the shares already issued. any option, fees (fixed or variable), mortgage, Right of pre-emption, right of pre-emption, right of pre-emption, right of preemption, right of preemption, reserve of property or other similar right of third party or other security interests, or any other agreement or agreement creating any of the previous agreements of trading of companies of the group in similar retail transactions in connection with the company (d) no company of the group has any ownership of that seller or any of the related to equity or other group securities that are spent, repaid, purchased or repaid, or other return on investment; all know-how, trade secrets and confidential information (in any form), including, but not limited, to financial and technical information, plans, formulas, test or reporting results, project reports and testing methods, information on how a product works, process, invention, improvement or development, guidance and training manuals , tables of operating conditions, information on portfolio and intellectual property strategy, market forecasts, supplier lists and revenue targets, sales statistics, prices, discounts, margins, future business strategy, tenders, price sensitive information, market research reports, information on research and development and business development reports and any information directly derived from them The buyer will follow in the seller`s footsteps as a shareholder or director , but the company`s employees, contracts, real estate, etc. will remain the property of the company.