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If a dispute between shareholders cannot be resolved, the only thing to be done — other than dissolution or appointing a receiver — is to have a shareholder buy out, so the corporation survives unencumbered by a troublesome shareholder. Troublesome is a misnomer, for usually the one bought out was oppressed in some way by the other shareholder(s), brings a complaint to redress his or her grievances, at which point the other shareholder or shareholders elect to pay him or her off to exit the corporation.  

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