It is not the purpose of this comment to discuss the history of the voting trust, to recapitulate the controversy over its legality, or to examine the many grounds for termination of the trust. It is sufficient to say that in all but perhaps three states this important business device has been made legal by statute or by judicial decision. We are here concerned with finding the degree of statutory compliance necessary in order that the voting trust will be sustained.
Joseph R. Brookshire S.Ed.,
CORPORATIONS --VOTING TRUSTS -- NON-COMPLIANCE WITH STATUTE AS A BASIS FOR JUDICIAL TERMINATION,
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