Will Corporate "By-Laws" Play a Role in my NY Shareholder Dispute?
Yes. When involved in a dispute with fellow shareholders and owners, you must thoroughly evaluate your rights under your shareholder agreement (if you have one) and the by-laws that were adopted at the time that your corporation was established. If you are challenging the actions of your partners or you wish to take some procedural action, you must evaluate your corporate by-laws and ensure compliance with same. Of critical importance is the fact that, many times, the by-laws will establish the procedure that must be followed to call a shareholders meeting.
For additional information about New York partnership, shareholder or member disputes we recommend reading the following articles:
- New York Partnership Law: Important Resources
- New York Partnership Disputes: Fiduciary Duties and Obligations Between Partners and Shareholders
- Dissolution of Your New York Corporation: Emergency Proceedings Under BCL Section 1106
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