As a general rule, a restriction clause in an act of termination of the shareholder agreement prevents a shareholder during the term of the contract and for a specified period after the termination of: it requires that all parties to the shareholders` agreement that is terminated be parties to the act of termination. Simply put, the same parties who sign the shareholder agreement must sign the deed of termination. But the most important thing is that the act must contain a waiver and declassification clause. The clause should stipulate that shareholders waive and release all past, present and future debts and claims. In the United States, the act of termination of a shareholder agreement is used if the parties to a shareholder agreement wish to terminate their agreement. . . .