The case at hand brings to the fore, a number of important matters relating to the treatment of a company which has a controlling shareholding in another while at the same time belonging to the same group of companies as the latter.
The case is particularly important to the jurisprudence of Zambian Company law as it endorses the sacredness of the veil over group structures in maintaining investor confidence and preventing the economic liabilities that would unsuspectingly befall local as well as multinational companies operating within a group structure.
"Madison Investment, Property and Advisory Company Limited v Peter Kanyinji  ZMSC 348 (SCZ Selected Judgement No. 48 of 2018),"
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