Sometimes individual owners need to exit separately, before a joint exit. Individual exits may be triggered by
events such as death, disability or divorce;
expulsion by the controlling owners, whether by shareholder agreement or squeeze-out procedure with appraisal rights; or
redemption or buyout pursuant to a shareholder’s agreement or employment agreement.
Individual exits can be troublesome due to legal and financial constraints. Used for mutual benefit, individual exits can also lead to freeing both sides from unhappy situations.
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