In practice, shareholders in a limited liability company (LLC) often face situations where they are unable to reach a mutual agreement on company management. As a result, the risk is high of getting into the so-called deadlock, where a deep divergence in the views on further business development between the owner scan block the operations of the company.
What are the ways to get out of a prolonged conflict in a limited liability company and what risks should one anticipate? See the “Mosgo & Partners” newsletter below.
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