Proceeding from the above, the authors of this article take the view that, in addition to statutory rules, Estonian courts have managed to form basic principles of shareholders’ information rights. At the same time, it still seems to be difficult to draw conceptual conclusions about the clear boundaries of those rights on the basis of Estonian case law, as courts have solved separate cases and there is no obiter dictum in any of the Supreme Court’s rulings on this matter. Despite this, general trends are noticeable.Vutt, Andres, and Margit Vutt. “Shareholders’ Individual Information Right.” Juridica Int’l 23 (2015): 60.
|Obiter dictum||that which is said in passing||görüş, mütalaa, hakimin gayri resmi beyan edilmiş fikri|
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