Does a shareholder retain voting rights in a limited company after their shares are sold?



I am a shareholder in a limited company in the UK. I would like to sell my shares in the company. I am interested to know if I will be able to hold on to my voting rights within the company, though. Have you any insight?




No - when you sell your company shares, all rights attached to those shares will transfer to the new shareholder. This includes all voting rights you currently hold via your shares. When you stop being a shareholder, you are no longer a member of that company; therefore, you have no say in how the company operates.

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