The squeeze-out is most often carried out in the case of compulsorily resable preferred shares. ASPs are not necessarily receptive. (Note that some investors in some companies have written mandatory withdrawal functions in their “SAFEs”. But in these cases, such an instrument is just a “SAFE” by name – in reality, it`s a mistake.) This is Section 1(a). It`s in the front and middle. This is the expected result in normal course. The understanding and intent of seed stage investors and Seed Stage startup creators is that, normally, funds invested under SAFE instruments will be converted into preferred shares in a future financing that is hoped, expected, expected, price-based, which would consist of issuing newly created preferred shares into preferred shares. . . .