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Deadlock in Business Enterprises: Methods and Instruments of Resolving

Platon O. Yarmosh

The article is devoted to the issue of settling disputes in decision-making between the shareholders of limited liability companies. The essence of methods of resolving disputes between the shareholders that arise in decision-making situations in companies is explored. Foreign experience has been analyzed. Today, methods and ways of solving any disputes arising during the conduct of economic activity, at pre-trial stage, become more and more popular, and in some cases the parties are interested in resolving the conflict at a stage when one of the parties has not even begun a pretentious procedure. In the case of a solution to the deadlock situation, it should be noted that by concluding a corporate agreement and incorporating into it the clauses providing for the peaceful settlement of the situation of the deadlock will succeed in most cases of the appearance of such. Unfortunately, companies with limited liability in Ukraine are often not able to meet a corporate agreement, but even less often, in such agreements, there are clauses regulating the actions of participants in the event of a situation developing. The English-American legal family proposes relatively innovative solutions, which almost all of Western Europe has taken over the proposals and tools. In this article, the author examines in detail the following methods for solving deadlock situations. A detailed description of the latest methods of pre-trial settlement of corporate disputes is provided. As a conclusion, author points out the advantages of the proposed methods for resolving disputes in the corporate legal environment and brings up those ones as the best keys to resolve corporate disputes in companies.  

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