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No, if he isn't going to do this voluntarily a court isn't going to run the company for you. You should try to negotiate a shareholder's agreement and directors service agreements and stick to them. If that isn't possible then you have one option only. That is to apply to the sheriff court to have the company wound up on the statutory ground that it is just and equitable to do so on the basis that you can't work with each other. You would have to start up a new company on your own and hope that you can transfer the customers over. Assuming there is no contract to say otherwise there is nothing to stop you moving to another business of your own and taking the custom with you. I hope that helps. Please leave a positive rating so that I am credited for my time.
If have 50% shares then, no, you either have to sort it out between you or go your separate ways. That may not be what you want to hear but that is the way it is.