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Shareholder and Director Disputes – Blog 7

Valuation issues in shareholder disputes Introduction In last week’s blog we looked at the concept of “Fair Value” in the context of an unfair prejudice petition. This week we look at the different approaches to valuation that may be taken by the Court in the context of a shareholders’ dispute. We will be addressing these valuation issues […]

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Shareholder and Director Disputes – Blog 6

Fair Value in Shareholder Disputes Introduction In last week’sblog we looked at some of the tactical considerations which shareholders ought to bear in mind when considering unfair prejudice litigation. This week and next week in considering various aspects of shareholders’ disputes we get to what it has all been about – the money. Will a

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Shareholder and Director Disputes – Blog 5

Book now to avoid disappointment Summit Law LLP invites you to their Shareholder Dispute Seminar at 6 PM on Wednesday, 2 April 2014 at Lincoln Inn’s prestigious Old Court Room. Please book by emailing info@summitlawllp.co.uk or calling (020) 7467 3980. Tactical considerations Introduction. In last week’s blog we looked at “unfair prejudice”. This week we

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Shareholder and Director Disputes – Blog 2

Following last week’s introductory blog on shareholder disputes, we move on to consider Shareholder Agreements and how to try and avoid such conflicts. Part 2: “Prevention is better than cure” Shareholder Agreements and avoiding conflict. If your clients are wise enough to consult you before they go into business together recommending a written shareholders’ agreement

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Trustees be aware – Do not sell that repossessed property at an under value!

Whilst the decision in the case of Meah-v-G E Money Home Finance Ltd [2013] EW CH 20 (Ch.) was unsuccessful and related to a mortgagee in possession, there are nevertheless lessons to be learnt. The case serves as a reminder to take care to adopt best practice when selling. Mortgage lenders in particular are always

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