In Dutch companies a deadlock situation is detrimental for business.  A deadlock refers to the situation where there is a tie in voting which blocks any decision to be made.

A deadlock often arises at shareholders’ meetings and at board decisions. Especially when there are only two shareholders (with equal share The portion of registered capital of a private or public limited company
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) or board members involved. In the Netherlands deadlocks are often resolved by court.


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