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Are shares with different voting rights eligible for SEIS/EIS?

Yes, as long as the shares are ordinary full risk shares they can have different voting rights and still be eligible for SEIS and EIS.  

Ordinary full risk shares mean they must be unredeemable ordinary shares, and, depending on the date of issue, under section 173 ITA 2007, must not contain any preferential rights, including no present or future preferential right to the company's assets on its winding up.

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