Market-Out Exception

Market-Out Exception

Definition

In corporate mergers, an exception to the general rule that a dissenting shareholder has appraisal rights entitling the shareholder to the court’s independent valuation of whatever consideration the buyer offers to acquire the shareholder’s holdout shares, for example, if the offered consideration consists of shares in stock listed on a public exchange.

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