The contractually defined right of an investor to sell his shares if other contractual partners, such as owners, shareholders or a bank, sell their shares. As a rule, this right to sell also includes the right of a retail investor to sell his shares under the same conditions as a majority shareholder (the contractually guaranteed right of an investor to sell his share in a company if the majority shareholder does so. Additionally, tagalong rights guarantee the same terms to the minority shareholder). – See selling restrictions.
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