Line of Business Test

Line of Business Test

Definition

A version of the corporate opportunity doctrine under which a director may not usurp a business opportunity if the corporation is financially able to take the opportunity, the opportunity is in the corporation’s line of business, and a conflict of interest would result between the corporation and the director if the director took the opportunity. 

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