If the officers of a c-corp disagree and they are the three only shareholders
then disputes must be settled in accordance with the bylaws
of the corporation. This means voting in accordance with those bylaws. If he has moved money from the corporation accounts, then this could be seen as a breach of fiduciary duty to the corporation and the corporation can sue him for that breach of duty as well (this would require an attorney because the corporation must be represented by an attorney and not the owners). Also, in case of dissolution, this would go in accordance with the bylaws as well and if the shareholders/officers cannot agree, the the only recourse is to either buyout the party or proceed to court to have the court decide on the dissolution.
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