In the event that a person chooses to pledge an amount of money to the MCT group, what would be the primary objective of the fundraising?
In the event that the MCT group acquires shares in the club, who will be the legal owners of the shares? Will this be the person(s) who pledged funds to the MCT, or would it be the MCT themselves? If so, what form will this take?
In the event that MCT become the legal owners of an equitable stake in Morton FC as a result of funds raised via pledges, will those pledging monies become shareholders or stakeholders in MCT? If so, what form will this take?
Who will be the person legally responsible and liable for MCT? Will they be elected?
What type of legal entity will Morton Club Together take the form of?
In the event of a person(s) who are unhappy with MCT at a later date, for whatever reason, can they take their money back? This is an important point as several GMST 'loan note' holders have expressed unhappiness in recent times.
What differentiates MCT from GMST? Isn't it the same thing rebranded?
Edited by capitanus, 20 May 2019 - 12:39 AM.
There's nowhere to defect to anymore.