Any organization that entrusts the management of its affairs to a controlling group must devise checks to restrain the controllers during their incumbency. Those in control must specifically be placed under restraints that will prevent their using the organization's powers and assets to perpetuate their incumbency. In the corporate system, the need for effective restraints has become more compelling with the progression from private ownership through majority ownership and minority control to management control.
Restraints on Incumbent Directors in Intracorporate Battles for Control (Introduction),
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