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What is your ultimate goal in surrendering your shares? What do you hope that will accomplish?
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S has two dozen patents; I am first named, or only. Shareholders agreement keeps me out of "worldwide market" for life. After I have zero share, must wait a few years, then IF I can find some fairly valuable offering, I can make some earning in the industry of my adult life's work and area of knowledge.
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Most likely. Maybe not all, but some would take it all gladly. BTW, this corp has NO revenue issues, just bad decision making and unworkable new investments, instead of any roi
No, by-laws/article do not allow transfer. These are restricted stocks. I do not expect cooperation; has not been reasonable in the past. I will lose significant investment, but do not care. I understand underpinnings and fundamental positions more clearly than others by definition, and do not want to be a part of what is to come. The future path is not of my doing.