Go v. Pac. Health Serv., Inc., No. B211054
In plaintiff's suit seeking involuntary dissolution of defendant-company, of which she had been a director and shareholder, trial court's decree providing for the winding up and dissolution of the corporation unless defendants made payment to the plaintiff for her shares, in the specified amount, within the specified time, is affirmed with respect to the alternative decree issued by the trial court as it followed the statutory requirements set forth in the plain language of section 2000.
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Filed November 19, 2009
Opinion by Judge Willhite
For Appellant: Law Office of Stewart J. Neuville and Stewart J. Neuville
For Appellee: Quintana Law Group, Andres F. Quintana and John M. Houkom
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