Can a privately owned company assess different monetary amounts on shares according to whom they are being paid out to
1 Answer from Attorneys
If the company followed all the procedures to issue preferred shares, the shares you discuss are preferred shares, and, finally, if the preferences allowed for these different monetary amounts, yes. Otherwise, absolutely not.
It is unclear if you are a shareholder or if you own this company. Regardless, it sounds like you need to hire a business attorney. Soon.
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