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I bought into a company owning 60% and she has 40% can she

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I bought into a company owning 60% and she has 40% can she be fired from the company and just get her dividend check
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Business Lawyer: Asad Rahman, Attorney replied 1 year ago
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Is she a company officer or manager or employee? You operating agreement or company bylaws should have a procedure for removing a manager or officer.

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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
She is listed as secretary and I am the president the CEO in the and legal finance advisor and is this being posted to everyone to read?
Customer reply replied 1 year ago
Can you call me
Business Lawyer: Asad Rahman, Attorney replied 1 year ago

I can but just answer does charge extra.

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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
That is ok this is just the 23.00 only right?
So she can be fired is that correct.
Business Lawyer: Asad Rahman, Attorney replied 1 year ago

Just chatting is the original charge. If she is an officer she can be terminated in the manner the bylaws or operating agreement allows.

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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
she can not stay and slowly run the business in the ground. I have not been in the business long and I am still paying off loan on this business
Business Lawyer: Asad Rahman, Attorney replied 1 year ago

Without looking at your bylaws I cannot be sure. There usually is a method for removal. If she resigns that is optimal.

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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
Correct
Business Lawyer: Asad Rahman, Attorney replied 1 year ago

I am happy to talk by phone if you are not understanding what I am trying to explain.

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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
Ok I think I got it. I will double check the bylaws. That is filed under the secretary of State
Correct
Business Lawyer: Asad Rahman, Attorney replied 1 year ago

Sometimes they are but whoever you bought the company from should have it or perhaps she does as secretary.

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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
Ok thank you. You have been helpful. I just need you just this time. I do not want any monthly fees. I will use you again as needed. Thank you
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If you can accept the amswer and rate it that would be appreciated. Any changes to your account you would need to discuss with customer service.

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Customer reply replied 1 year ago
Ok thanks
Business Lawyer: Asad Rahman, Attorney replied 1 year ago

Good luck.

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