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NYBob Member Level  Tuesday, 07/10/07 07:28:22 PM
Re: rossi post# 186
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To 'rossi' on 'Eurasia Gold Corp. (EGX:TSX)' -

RE:
Sounds like you have never been in a forced buyout before.

Is that a statement from you? -
In that case you are wrong!

Yes, I have been into a few forced buyouts more than 10 years ago -
but the management agreed with the merger -

In Eurasia Gold Corp. case -

the Eurasia Gold Corp. Board of Directors advise -
is to reject the Offer!!! -

Accordingly, the recommendation of the Special Committee
and of the Eurasia Gold Corp. - Board of Directors,
as described in the Directors' Circular,
that shareholders reject the Offer remains unchanged -

that is the bottom line -

Listing Main Market - London Stock Exchange -
http://www.investorshub.com/boards/read_msg.asp?message_id=17193432


the buyer if they can buy a certain amount of shares -
the buyer can ask the court for a judgement -
to buy out the Minority Shareholders! -

Canadian Law also have protection for Minority Shareholders!

I think, I seen prev. that Eurasia Gold has put some extra
protection in place for their Minority Shareholders? -
Minority Shareholders Rights??? -

I have been an Eurasia Gold shareholder for about 10 years -
and can't pinpoint when it was, but I do think it
has been made? -

If you sell - its up to you - but I am 100% with the
guide line from Eurasia Gold Board of Directors -
telling us to NOT SELL!!!

FYI.
Note. the Eurasia Gold Corp. Board of Directors advise -
- "Is to reject the Offer!!!" -


RE:
Eventually they will delist the stock.
Then they will make you beg to take your stock.

That sound like year 1800 to me? -
that would be that Canada and US have no Law for Minority
Shareholders? -

but the American Law is strong for Minority Shareholders -
and the 666evilz haven't removed it yet? -
what I know? -

(don't take my advice do your own dd... -
and consult a corp. lawyer?) -

Imo. Tia.
Thanks
Bob




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