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I am a 50% shareholder in an S-Corporation with no buy-sell agreement. I have been running the day to day operations of the business for 15 years and make all decisions. The other 50% partner has not been involved in the business for the last 10 years. I have made an attempt to buy the partner out but he rejected the offer even though the offer was generous. Unfortunately, the partner is now beginning to interfere in the business because of lower operating performance as a result of the economic downturn and I want and need to buy him out. He is now inhibiting growth and causing problems within the company. My question is, is there any way I can force the partner to sell his share of the company. Again, I am willing to pay a fair price for company based on an independent appraisal.