(1) The effect of an order under section 794 that shares are subject to restrictions is as follows—
(a) any transfer of the shares is void;
(b) no voting rights are exercisable in respect of the shares;
(c) no further shares may be issued in right of the shares or in pursuance of an offer made to their holder;
(d) except in a liquidation, no payment may be made of sums due from the company on the shares, whether in respect of capital or otherwise.
(2) Where shares are subject to the restriction
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