Ashdown and others v Griffin and others

Company – Unfair prejudice. The petitioners were entitled to an order that the first respondent acquire their 13% shares in a company for nil consideration, in circumstances where the shares in the company, as at 28 February 2015, had been worthless, or practically so. So ruled the Chancery Division in a judgment on quantum, which followed an earlier decision on liability in relation to a petition alleging unfair prejudice, under the Companies Act 2006.

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