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My business partner wants to sell the business, but I don’t. What can I do?

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My Business partner wants to sell the business, but I don’t. What can I do?

Well, this is a tough but urgent situation you need to talk to an attorney immediately. It depends on what’s in your operating agreement. Each party will have certain rights, whether they have to offer their shares in the business back to the other partners first or if they have the right to force dissolution, a lot of different areas here, but you have to move quickly because if you don’t, you could lose certain rights. So in this case, if you already know that there’s trouble coming with your business partner and they’re talking about getting out of the business, you should see an attorney immediately.

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