We started dealing with another company dispute this week.
Our client has been left to run the business on his own for over a year without any help from his co-shareholders and directors.
They have accused him of taking more than his entitlements and seek leave to take action on behalf of the company against our client.
Unfortunately, from what I can see so far, the complainants may well be correct, at least partly.
If so, our client will be making amends very quickly.
There is a bigger picture, however, and it may be that the shareholders need to go separate ways, hopefully without losing their investment or having to pay too much, and definitely without having to put the company into liquidation.
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