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Company A having 3 shareholders say: J (50% shares), SS (1% Shares) & ZZ (49%). Now ZZ want to sell her shares then first preference will go to J & SS respectively. In case both shareholders (J & SS) refused to buy her 49% shares then she will go for its sale to external party. In this case, another Company B having 3 shareholders in head of J (20% shares), SS (60% shares) and SD (20%) wanted to purchase 49% shares of ZZ of Company A. However, J & SS are also existing shareholders of Company B. Now questions are:-

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