Drag along or bring along
By Simon Walker
A drag-along provision (sometimes called bring-along) creates an obligation on all shareholders of the company to sell their shares to a potential purchaser if a certain percentage of the shareholders (or of a specific class of shareholders) vote to sell to that purchaser. Often in early rounds, drag-along rights can only be enforced with the consent of those holding at least a majority of the shares held by investors…
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