Shareholder Agreement

         State of Illinois   Rev. 133C8A6     SHAREHOLDER   AGREEMENT       This Shareholder Agreement (this “Agreement”) is made as of this 31 day of October, 2017 (the “Effective Date”), by and among TRITIUM, Inc, a Illinois corporation located at 20 N Upper Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60606 (the “Company”) and each of the individuals listed on Schedule A attached hereto (each a “Shareholder” and collectively, the “Shareholders”).    ARTICLE I PURPOSE   1. Shares. The Shareholders own all of the outstanding shares of the Company (the “Shares”) in the amounts outlined in Schedule A. All Shares owned by the Shareholders or acquired in the future by any Shareholder shall be subject to this Agreement.   2. Purpose. The Shareholders have entered into this agreement to act together with respect to the management and supervision of the Company.   ARTICLE II MANAGEMENT   1. Board of Directors. The Board of Directors (the “Board”) shall be equal to the number of Shareholders. Each Shareholder shall have the right to sit on the Board or appoint a member to the Board. The Board shall not be obligated to hold annual, regular or special meetings.     2. Limitations. The Board may not perform any of the following acts without the unanimous written consent of all of the Shareholders:         ● merge or sell or transfer all, or substantially all, of the assets of the Company          ● issue additional shares of any class or any rights related to shares of any class          ● voluntarily dissolve the Company    3. Expenses. All expenses in connection with the management and organization of the Company will be paid by the Company.   4. Books and Records. The Company shall maintain complete and accurate accounts in proper books of all transactions. The Company shall maintain at its principal office the following: (a) the full name and last known business or residence address of each Shareholder; (b) records detailing all capital accounts, including entries for contributions and distributions, ownership interest, and percentage ownership; (c) a copy of the articles of formation of the Company and any and all amendments; (d) copies of all federal ,state, and local income tax or returns and reports for the six most recent taxable years; (e) a copy of this Agreement and any amendments; (f) copies of financial statements of the Company for the six most recent fiscal years; (g) the books or records as related to the internal affairs of the Company; and (h) true and full information regarding the status of the business and financial conditions of the Company.   ARTICLE III DISTRIBUTION OF PROFITS AND LOSSES   1. Profits/Losses. For accounting and tax purposes, net profits or net losses shall be determined on an annual basis. Profits and losses will be distributed in proportion to each Shareholder’s percentage or ownership interest in the Company as set forth in Schedule A.    2. Distributions. The Company shall distribute net income quarterly or, if determined as necessary by the Board, at more frequent intervals.    ARTICLE IV PREEMPTIVE RIGHTS    1. Restrictions on Transfer. No Shares shall be sold, transferred, or pledged other than in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.   2. Involuntary Transfers. Upon the occurrence of any of the following events (1) the death of a Shareholder; (2) the total mental or physical disability of a Shareholder; (3) the termination of a Shareholder’s employment with the Company; or (4) the bankruptcy or insolvency of a Shareholder, the Company shall redeem or purchase for cancellation all of the Shares owned by the withdrawing Shareholder within sixty (60) days from the date of the event.   3. Right of First Refusal. If any Shareholder intends to sell or transfer any Shares, such Shareholder shall first offer to the remaining Shareholders the option to purchase the offered Shares at the price and in accordance to the same terms being offered to the third party. The remaining Shareholders shall have sixty (60) days to exercise this right of first refusal. If the remaining Shareholders elect to purchase less than all of the offered Shares, the offering Shareholder may sell any remaining Shares to the third party.   4. Certificates. All certificates representing the Shares now owned or hereafter acquired by each Shareholder shall have the following legend conspicuously printed on its face:   “The shares represented by this certificate are subject to certain restrictions contained in a Shareholder Agreement among the Company and the Shareholders. A copy of the Shareholder Agreement is on file at the principal office of the Company.”   ARTICLE V TERM AND TERMINATION   1. Term. This Agreement shall be effective and binding upon the parties as of the Effective Date.   2. Termination. This Agreement will terminate in the event one of the following occurs:          (A) written consent of a majority of the Shareholders          (B) death or incapacity of all of the Shareholders          (C) bankruptcy, receivership or dissolution of the Company          (D) a single Shareholder becoming the owner of all of the Shares    ARTICLE VI MISCELLANEOUS   1. Amendments. This Agreement may be amended or modified only by a written agreement signed by all of the parties.   2. Notices. Any notice or other communication given or made to any party under this Agreement shall be in writing and delivered by hand, sent by overnight courier service or sent by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested, to the Company at the address stated above and to the Shareholders at the address in the Company’s records.   3. No Waiver.  No party shall be deemed to have waived any provision of this Agreement or the exercise of any rights held under this Agreement unless such waiver is made expressly and in writing. Waiver by any party of a breach or violation of any provision of this Agreement shall not constitute a waiver of any other subsequent breach or violation.   4. Assignment.  No party hereto shall have the right to assign its rights or delegate its duties hereunder without the written consent of the other parties, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld.   5. Severability.  If any provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable in whole or in part, the remaining provisions shall not be affected and shall continue to be valid, legal and enforceable as though the invalid, illegal or unenforceable parts had not been included in this Agreement.   6. Binding Effect. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties and their respective legal representatives, heirs, administrators, executors, successors and permitted assigns.     7. Headings. The section headings herein are for reference purposes only and shall not otherwise affect the meaning, construction or interpretation of any provision in this Agreement.   8. Governing Law. The terms of this Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Illinois, not including its conflicts of law provisions.     9. Disputes. Any dispute arising from this Agreement shall be resolved in the courts of the State of Illinois. If either party brings legal action to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party will be entitled to recover from the other party its expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs) incurred in connection with the action and any appeal.    10. Counterparts.  This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original and all of which together, shall constitute one and the same document.   11. Entire Agreement.  This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties and supersedes and cancels all prior agreements of the parties, whether oral or written, with respect to such subject matter.        IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement as of the date first written above.         TRITIUM, Inc                Adam Gillan President     Company   Name       Representative Signature       Representative Name and Title     

SCHEDULE A       Name   Number of shares              
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    GENERAL   INSTRUCTIONS   WHAT IS A SHAREHOLDER AGREEMENT?   A Shareholder Agreement affects the shareholders of a corporation. It   is a formal contract that sets out and explains the structure and nature of   their relationship to the corporation and to one another. Corporations find   this type of agreement to be highly valuable, because it helps to create a   strong foundation for the corporation as a whole.   This agreement will identify the following basic elements: · Who the directors are · Who the shareholders are · What happens if one dies · How shares are given to or sold to individuals · How shares are sold back to the company or to others · How individuals are paid from owning shares · Any other perks that are given to parties to the agreement · Any rights and responsibilities the parties have   WHEN DO I NEED ONE?   IF YOU ARE A CORPORATION - Corporations will generally want to   make a Shareholder Agreement. These are not legally required to form a   corporation in all states, but they can and do offer protection and   information that are both very valuable for shareholders and directors alike.   IF YOU HAVE OUTSIDE INVESTORS - Additionally, if the corporation   plans to take money from outside investors, this document will almost   definitely be needed. Anyone who invests in a corporation will want to know   how that corporation intends to use their money and what they will be getting   for their investment.   They also want to know when they can expect dividends and anything   else they are supposed to get from their shares, and without a clear document   providing that information, they may choose not to invest.       the consequences of not   having ONE   Even though this document is not required, there can be serious   consequences for not having one available and in use. The two biggest   consequences are a lack of funds coming in and disagreements that take place   between the shareholders and/or directors that are then not easily solved.   These are both serious problems, and can affect corporations very strongly if   they are not dealt with the correct way.   WHAT SHOULD BE INCLUDED?   The Shareholder Agreement is not a requirement for a corporation, so   there is technically nothing that “should” be included in it, in the sense   that there are no specifics that have to be in it, in order to make it valid.   These agreements are very flexible documents, so they can be tailored to the   corporation to which they belong and can provide proper and accurate   information to the directors and the shareholders. Generally, though,   the latter will have a hand in the decision-making power of the directors and   the corporation, so they can help to steer the corporation forward in a way   they feel good about.   The agreement should also include: · majority and minority shareholders · the difference between those two categories · why it matters · that investment money is not needed for shares · how to transfer shares   The power to make decisions or have a seat on the board of directors   of a corporation goes to the majority shareholders, and will not go to   minority ones in the vast majority of cases. Because of that, shareholders   need to know what they own and where they stand, based on how the corporation   expects to treat them and what it requires from them in their particular   role.   When it comes to corporations, it is important that their shareholders   know what they are required or not required to do, so they do not end up   making decisions based on erroneous information. A provision for other   shareholders to buy the shares of those deceased or retiring is generally   also included in this agreement, to make sure these shares can be dealt with   and valued appropriately.