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Pender v Lushington [1877] 6 Ch D 70

By Oxbridge Law TeamUpdated 04/01/2024 07:05

Judgement for the case Pender v Lushington

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  • Chairman of a meeting of shareholders wrongfully refused to recognise votes of nominee shareholders.

Held

  • This refusal infringed the personal rights of nominee shareholders.

  • Thus could bring personal action.

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