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I have a webdomain that I wish to grant to an Indian company

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I have a webdomain that I wish to grant to an Indian company that will develop the domain. For this exchange, I wish to given 15% shares of this new company/webstructure. Of course, I will have to do more than just give the domain. I will be tasked with taking care of labels, production, writing, etc. These things I am willing to do for minimal expense for the first 2 years. I expect that in the 3rd year, I can start drawing a salary, or have a full time position. I wish to create a contract/agreement that stipulates these points such they they have fudiciary relationship with me whereby they can squeeze me/vote me out of the company simply because I have 15% percent. There should be no way for them to take me out, once this business starts. Can you help me create a basic agreement for this situation?
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 5 months ago.
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