Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a Business litigation attorney. Thanks for the question, and I'm sorry to hear for your troubles.
You're going to have to sue the corporation for an accounting of all corporate books so you can find out what exactly happened, how he had you removed and whether he falsified documents, etc. The corporate books would provide information on anything that has transpired with the corporation.
Once you determine what exactly happened, you can sue for fraud, breach of contract
, violations of the corporate agreement, unjust enrichment, and possibly other claims based on what you find out.
In order to get this done, you really need to consult a local business litigation attorney in your area. He/she can help you gather the information you need and also pursue a claim against your partner based on the actions that you uncover.
I hope this answers your questions, but if you have others, please REPLY and I'll be glad to respond. Thanks.