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My company is due to be acquired by another, and most of the shareholders have agreed to this as the company needs the support. However, a few of the shareholders are resisting the move. Is there a legal way to force them to give in? Urgent help required.

The Companies Act, 2013 provides for the compulsory acquisition of shares in certain cases. In your case, if the offer to acquire shares of your company has been accepted within four months by at least 90% of the shareholders to whom such offer was made, the acquirer is entitled to serve a notice upon the remaining shareholders (who have not so accept...

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