Company – Member. The petitioners and the first respondent were siblings and all shareholders in the second respondent company. Although there had been unfairly prejudicial conduct on the part of the first respondent to the interests of the petitioners, the petitioners' longstanding acquiescence to that conduct precluded relief. Accordingly, the Chancery Division dismissed the petitioners' petition seeking an order for the purchase of the petitioners' shares by the first respondent.