Commercial Companies Law 2001: Contents

Commercial Companies Law 2001
Commercial Companies Law
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Article (121)

No heirs or creditors of a shareholder are entitled for any reason whatsoever to request for the seizure of the company's books, documents, or property, or to demand the winding-up or the sale of the whole company, or to interfere in any way whatsoever in the management of the company's business. In exercising their rights, they shall rely only on the company's records, financial accounts and the general assembly's resolutions.

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