Shotgun Clause(redirected from Shotgun Clauses)
A provision in some shareholder or partnership agreement stating that if one shareholder offers to buy out the company at a certain price, the other shareholder(s) either must accept the offer or buy out the first shareholder at the same price. This is most common when two shareholders each own 50% of a business.
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