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Published by Canada Law Book in Aurora, ON .
Written in English


  • Corporation law -- Canada.,
  • Stockholders -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Canada.,
  • Remedies (Law) -- Canada.

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Edition Notes

StatementDavid S. Morritt, Sonia L. Bjorkquist, Allan D. Coleman.
ContributionsBjorkquist, Sonia L., 1969-, Coleman, Allan D., 1972-
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (looseleaf) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21176654M
ISBN 100888043996

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That remedy was the sale of the petitioner’s shares. Significantly, Williams J referred the petitioner to the new oppression provision, s No doubt impressed by the flexibility of that section, his Honour thereby suggested that, rather than bring an action under the ’just and equitable’ ground, he would be better advised to bring an This book is truly for everyone! Everyone wants and needs freedom from many things that are not good for our lives. Sometimes our lives may make us feel like we are on a monopoly board, and we need shown what we need in God to get past go and collect $ if you will. Just finished the book, The Remedy. Truly scriptural :// The oppression remedy section of the OBCA is drafted in the broadest possible terms to respond to the broadest range of corporate malfeasance. [6] [20] In my view, even though the plaintiff has been writing letters of complaint and voicing his concerns for many years, the share sale and pricing resolutions in May, (and again in August ?tag=oppression-remedy. Remedy in the case of oppression; Close section Part VII: Administration of the Company. Close section Chapter The Directors. Introduction; One director to be resident in the EEA; Limitation on number of directorships; Prohibition on minors being directors; Appointment and retirement of directors; Removal of directors; Directors’ service