Amendments to the articles of organization of the defendant corporation provided that the board of directors might at any time purchase its common stock in whole or in part from any holder thereof. After the directors initiated proceedings to purchase a portion of the shares held by plaintiff, plaintiff brought a bill in equity asking that an injunction be issued to restrain the corporation from proceeding further. The superior court entered a decree for the defendant. On appeal, held, affirmed. The provision authorizing the call of common stock is neither forbidden by statute nor contrary to public policy. Lewis v. H.P. Hood & Sons, Inc., (Mass. 1954) 121 N.E. (2d) 850.
Dale W. Van Winkle S.Ed.,
Corporations - Provisions in Articles Authorizing Call of Common Stock at Option of Corporation,
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