Pender v Lushington

Pender v Lushington (1877) 6 Ch D 70 is a leading case in UK company law, which confirms that a company member`s right to vote may not be interfered with, because it is a right of property. Furthermore, any interference leads to a personal right of a member to sue in his own name to enforce his right. As Lord Jessel MR put it, a member, ==Facts==....
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