Piggy-Back Rights defined: Piggy-back rights is a form of registration rights that grants the investor the right to register his or her unregistered stock when either the company or another investor initiates a registration. This type of registration right is seen as inferior to demand registration rights, because this class of right-holders cannot initiate the registration process.
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