Anti-Dilution Provision

An anti-dilution provision is a clause which may be included in shareholder agreements. When an anti-dilution provision is included in an agreement, the shareholder has the right to maintain an equal level of ownership when new shares are issued.

The entity must offer the shareholder a portion of the newly issued shares proportionate to their ownership in the entity, so that the shareholder’s ownership quota remains unchanged.

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