2006 Code of Virginia § 13.1-681 - Judicial review of elections
13.1-681. Judicial review of elections.
Any shareholder aggrieved by an election of directors may, after reasonablenotice to the corporation and each director whose election is contested,apply for relief to the circuit court in the county or city in which theprincipal office of the corporation is located, or, if none in thisCommonwealth, in the county or city in which its registered office islocated. The court shall proceed forthwith in a summary way to hear anddecide the issues and thereupon to determine the persons elected or order anew election or grant such other relief as may be equitable. Pending decisionthe court may require the production of any information and may by orderrestrain any person from exercising the powers of a director if such reliefis equitable.
(Code 1950, 13-205, 13.1-42; 1956, c. 428; 1985, c. 522.)
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