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The difference between shares and debentures are:

- Shareholders are the owners where debenture holder are creditors.
- Shareholders have the voting rights where debenture holders have not any voting rights.
- Shareholders are entitled for returns in the form of dividend where debenture holders are entitled for returns in the form of interest.
- Shares cannot be converted into debentures, but debentures can be converted into shares.