It may happen that disagreements arise between you and your co-shareholder (s). A disagreement can go so far that it is no longer possible to cooperate. This can have negative consequences for the continuity of your company. For example, there may be a “deadlock” situation. This is a situation in which two 50% shareholders (who often also form the board together) are no longer able to take decisions in the event of a tie. There may also be a situation in which a majority shareholder abuses his majority interest, and you, as a minority shareholder, are not (or no longer) heard.