The court found that the petitioner had been unfairly prejudiced; but it granted the relief sought by the respondent. The court may exercise its own creativity in matching its remedy to the unfair prejudice which has been established.
 EWHC 2999 (Ch),  BCC 390
Companies Act 1985
England and Wales
Appeal from – Hawkes v Cuddy and Others CA 2-Apr-2009
Stanley Burnton LJ rejected the suggestion that on a petition under s. 994 the court cannot award relief that the petitioner does not seek. He commented: ‘In the present case, the correctness or otherwise of that proposition is . .
Cited – Macom Gmbh v Bozeat and Others ChD 21-Jun-2021
Order regulating company’s affairs
COMPANY – Unfair prejudice – Petitioner 60% shareholder – Respondents 40% shareholders – Alleged breaches of director’s duties and failures to observe Shareholders’ Agreement – Undermining company’s corporate governance – Appropriate remedy – . .
These lists may be incomplete.
Updated: 10 July 2021; Ref: scu.262962