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WeirFoulds LLP | Canada | 10 Feb 2009

Shareholder agreements gone wrong

Any person advising shareholders of private corporations needs to pay careful heed to the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Frye v. Frye which makes it clear that clauses in Letters Patent and shareholder agreements restricting share transfers do not prevent shareholders bequeathing their shares in a manner inconsistent with those documents.

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