2.03 After the death or permanent disability of one of the shareholders or the death of the principal beneficiary of the trust, the company may, at its option, pay the full purchase price in cash. In any event, at least twenty (20) percent of the consideration required under section 2.02 shall be paid in cash and, for the balance, bond securities with provision for annual payments on unpaid capital shall be paid for a maximum period of ten (10) years from the date of the death or obstruction of the shareholder or the death of the principal beneficiary of the trust, with interest premium plus three (3) percent per annum. The bonds provide for an optional acceleration of the maturity in the event of late payment at the time of payment of the principal or interest and are also guaranteed, at the choice of the shareholder, his estate or the agent, by a seizure of all the shares acquired. The value of the share decreases due to the handicap that can force the disabled shareholder to sell, making the sale of the share now unrealistic. A cross purchase contract is a document allowing partners or other shareholders of a company to acquire the shares of a partner who dies, becomes unable to work or retires. In the event of death, the mechanism often relies on a life insurance policy to facilitate these exchanges of value. A cross purchase contract is typically used in business continuity planning, where the document describes how shares can be shared or purchased by the remaining partners, for example. B a proportional distribution according to the participation of each partner in the company. As soon as the death occurs, the formula is applied and the sale takes place in a few months.