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What rights do minority shareholders have when they suspect malfeasance?

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If you believe the majority shareholders of the corporation have breached their fiduciary to the corporation, as a minority shareholder, you have a right to bring what’s called a derivative lawsuit against the majority shareholders on behalf or the corporation.

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