Los efectos jurídicos del abuso del derecho al voto frente al incumplimiento y la oponibilidad de los acuerdos de accionistas
Prado López, Anyela
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Private shareholders agreements have been considered by the commercial legal system as “means that regulate the legal relations between the members of a company by shares”, aimed at fulfilling the corporate purpose and the purposes of the legal person to which they correspond . However, in some cases, the rights of the shareholders, such as voting in the meetings, are exercised in an abusive manner by their owners, since they only seek to satisfy their own interests or those of third parties, thus causing damage to the company and its Consoles The purpose of this article is to analyze the regulations related to private shareholders' agreements and their voting rights, in order to determine the scope and legal effects they have had and have the aforementioned provisions if a situation of abuse of the right is configured.