It is trite to say that in law, a corporation has its own rights and liabilities, and that the assets of the shareholder are not the assets of the corporation, nor are the corporation’s assets the shareholder’s assets. Among other things, of course, the existence of a corporation prevents a shareholder’s personal creditors from being able to realize their claims against the corporation’s assets. What happens, then, when a...

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