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    My question is this: Explain why, in terms of monitoring costs and valuation costs, a court may be more willing to disregard the separate corporate entity where there is only shareholder or there are very few shareholders?

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    Your question was this: Explain why, in terms of monitoring costs and valuation costs, a court may be more willing to disregard the separate corporate entity where there is only shareholder or there are very few shareholders?

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    This solution explains why, in terms of monitoring costs and valuation costs, a court may be more willing to disregard the separate corporate entity where there is only shareholder or there are very few shareholders.

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