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'selfmade Ltd’ is a small importing company, mainly dealing in engine parts. There are three directors, (M), (D) and (J) who each own 33% of the company’s shares.
(T) has ordered car parts from ‘selfmade Ltd’ in the past but has grown to dislike (D) and so does not want to deal with the company again. He asks (J) if he could supply similar parts without telling (M) and (D). (J) knows that he could get the parts from abroad without the others finding out and so agrees to supply (T) in future. Two weeks later, at a board meeting, (D) asks (J) if he ever hears from (T). (J) says ‘no’.
(J) has traded behind the company's back. Can (D) & (M) take (J) to court ?
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Last edited by quaity19; 19-07-2014 at 19:02.
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