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Traditionally, a transaction benefiting a director’s self interest is ________ unless the director could show it was fair and reasonable to the corporation. Answer void
Traditionally, a transaction benefiting a director’s self interest is ________ unless the director could show it was fair and reasonable to the corporation. Void could be an answer since it's the company's discretion.
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