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    Default S Corp Bylaws

    if an s corp bylaws state that stock can only be transferred on the books of the corporation,what does that mean exactly,any help would be appreciated

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    Default Re: S Corp Bylaws

    It means you can't engage in side deals and keep the corporation in the dark.

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