Dissenting shareholder must be record or beneficial shareholder

Business Valuation UpdateVol. 9 No. 6
Legal and Court Case Update
June 2003
shareholder dissent/oppression

Gilman v. Davis
2003 Ida. LEXIS 50
April 2, 2003
State Court
Supreme Court
Richard Maxey (for Gilman) <br> Curtis A. Clark, CPA (for Davis)


The supreme court reversed the lower court ruling, holding that Gilman, who did not become a shareholder of record until after the shareholders meeting, was not entitled to assert dissenters rights. A ...

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Gilman v. Davis

Successor corporation held liable to dissenting stockholder for the fair value of his stock.