A share purchase agreement or “SPA” allows someone to buy ownership of a business entity. The purchase can be made either in shares or in percentage. For private companies, the buyer requires a period of due diligence. For publicly traded companies, the buyer is protected by the Securities Act of 1933 and the transaction can be made immediately. CONSIDERING that the seller wishes to sell the share to the buyer, as described below, and that the buyer agrees to buy the share from the seller, as described below, subject to the conditions set out therein. Share classes usually have different voting rights, so a group of individuals makes the main decisions of the company. The empty lines of “XIII. Additional Terms” must obtain any additional information that is required to be included in this agreement but has not yet been addressed.