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The controlling document is the Corporation shareholder and stock agreement, where your husband owns and is a 49% owner-stock holder-partner.
Without looking at and reviewing the corporate documents, generally, the corporation would be considered an owner of the building under the Corporation agreement, and the LLC would be the titled owner. Many corporate documents set up a business where the Corporation is the owner of the business and the LLC is the owner of the land and building for various tax and liability issues.
Your husband could stop the sale of the land/building but he would have to file an action in court for
breach of contract for your son not fulfilling his contractual duties with the distribution of profits, etc. He would need to file an action in Circuit Court to protect his contractual rights and recover losses.
I suggest he bring all of his documents in to a local attorney to review the agreements and deed. He may need to have the court issue an injunction to stop any sale of property from the LLC, and protect his monetary interest.
I hope this helps.
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