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The principal asset in P’s bankruptcy was a 40% shareholding in a company. The other 60% were owned by J and B. After the bankruptcy, J and B claimed to be entitled to purchase P’s shares pursuant to the pre-emption machinery contained in the company's articles of association, for which purpose, the company appointed its reporting accountant to prepare a certificate of fair value.
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