|1849 RULES CLARIFICATIONS
- Player A is president of a company, and has four shares
2+1+1. Player B also has four shares 2+1+1 and buys a fifth, seizing the
presidency. A hands the president's double to B, and B gives two singles
in exchange. A refuses to accept these, and insists that the double is
exchanged. Who should decide, the outgoing or incoming president.
- (Undefined in the rules) The outgoing President decides which shares are handed over.
- What happens to an outstanding Bond marker when a corporation is closed.
- (Undefined in the rules) The simple solution would be to simply discard it. The trouble with this is that you can abuse the rules so it would seem that a better solution would be to say that the old President 'receives' it and has to pay it off there and then.
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- What happens if a player goes bankrupt while still in possession of a Private Company.
- (Undefined in the rules) The Private company is discarded (closed) and does not re-enter the game.