For a Valuation Via Arbitration, Final Means Final

April 28, 2024

In a California case, the company that owns the Woodlands grocery store chain decided to buy the condominiums it was renting for its San Francisco store. The store occupied five condo units on the street level of a luxury residential building. A couple who owned a minority interest in the company disagreed with the decision and wanted out. The shareholder agreement called for such matters to be arbitrated with a jointly selected appraiser to determine the buyout value.

Learn more about this case as seen in BVWire by Business Valuation Resources.

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