Voting In Agreements

A voting agreement is defined as as follows in a state statute: the voting agreement is an agreement or plan whereby two or more shareholders group their voting shares together for a common purpose. It is also known as the pooling arrangement. B. Unless the voting treaty is otherwise provided, a voting contract in this section is expressly enforceable.” [A.R.S. 10-731] “A. Two or more shareholders can predict how they vote their shares by signing an agreement to do so.