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What legally happens when an owner is removed from a company for bad behavior

I don't know how to corroborate it, but someone on Reddit wrote: in this LLC, they were setup were all 4 Try Guys were owner-managers, and the way they setup the bylaws is that the 3 could agree to ...
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What legally happens when an owner is removed from a company for bad behavior

There isn't a general answer to this question. The grounds, if any, for removing a business owner from management and/or ownership of a closely held business are usually specified in the governing ...
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What is the likelihood of recovering full costs of winning an expectation damages case?

It’s a possibility Costs are complicated and, ultimately, discretionary. The general rule in common law jurisdictions outside the USA is that costs follow the event. That is, the successful party is ...
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What is the likelihood of recovering full costs of winning an expectation damages case?

canada It is extremely unlikely for a plaintiff to be awarded full legal costs (also known as "solicitor and client costs" or "full indemnity basis") and disbursements. Instead, a ...
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Real estate verbal acceptance

Yes common-law Unlike contracts for chattels or services, real estate contracts are not binding until they are reduced to writing and signed by both parties. With some additional complications for ...
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