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Business Disputes - 50/50 Shareholders In BC Law
Many 50/50 shareholders refer to themselves as partners, when in fact they each own shares in a company which owns the business.
Canada
22 Nov 2017
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Business Disputes - Minority Shareholder
As a minority shareholder, the provincial or federal statute that governs your company provides some basic rights to shareholders.
Canada
20 Nov 2017
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Business Disputes - Inheriting Shares In A Company
It is not uncommon for disputes to happen between shareholders within a business.
Canada
17 Nov 2017
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Business Disputes - Partnership
The Partnership Act, RSBC 1996, c 348 and the common law governs partnerships as discussed below.
Canada
13 Nov 2017
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Business Disputes - Family Business
In a family-owned business two or more family members are involved and the majority of ownership or control lies within a family.
Canada
3 Nov 2017
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Bill C-25 Proposes Amendments To The Canada Business Corporations Act
Last week, Bill C-25 was introduced which would amend the Canada Business Corporations Act (the "CBCA") to, among other things, make "majority voting" mandatory for all "distributing corporations"...
Canada
10 Oct 2016
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Do I Need A Shareholders' Agreement?
A shareholders' agreement is strongly recommended for privately held companies where there is more than one shareholder.
Canada
25 Jul 2016
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Left Out In The Cold: Estate Freezes And Shareholder Oppression
Estate freezes are a common tool in the estate and tax planner’s toolkit.
Canada
13 Apr 2015
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ANNUAL MEETINGS – Sometimes You Actually Have To Meet
Corporate governance for some closely-held entities has evolved to the point where much of the governance business is conducted by unanimous written resolution.
Canada
18 Aug 2013
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Proxies, Private Companies And The B.C. Business Corporations Act
Proxies are a mechanism for a shareholder to grant to another person the ability to attend and vote on their behalf at shareholders’ meetings of a corporation.
Canada
2 Aug 2013
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Can I Make My Teenage Child A Registered Shareholder Of My Company?
Individuals who are minors (called "infants" under the law) are frequently the beneficial owners of items of property, including shares of companies.
Canada
28 Sep 2012
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