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This book evaluates in comparative terms, the UK and Nigerian laws relating to the concept of corporate majority rule, as established in the Foss v Harbottle decision and the right of the minority shareholders of a company to have their interests protected from majority oppression.
The key shareholder remedies of derivative claims and unfair prejudice or oppression are comparatively discussed, with lessons drawn from the highlights of the similarities and differences in both remedies under the CA 2006 and CAMA 2004, with a view to making a case for reforms.
Abraham Jande is Senior Associate with Associated Attorneys, a progressive, professional business law practice based in Lagos, the commercial nerve center of Nigeria.
He is a graduate of Benue State University and the University of Sussex.
He is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association and the Catholic Lawyers Association of Nigeria.
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