Thank you very much for your question. This is a question that can be resolved by your operating agreement
which should provide the directors with the right to compel the hold-out to provide services as requested. Or, as shareholders, you can vote the shares to compel the hold-out to provide the administrative rights to the name solely for upgrade purposes.
Since this appears to be an issue that goes to the heart of the business
, and can subsequently cause harm to the company, you as shareholders also have the ability to file a breach of fiduciary duty suit, but only once your injury to the business occurs.
I realize that you are hoping for an easy answer here--your best bet is to review the agreements as it stands to see the voting privileges that you maintain. Otherwise, you might only be able to get rights via court order. I am sorry.
Dimitry Alexander Kaplun, Esq.
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