Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are in agreement on a recent decision to lift aÂ 'standard temporary restraining order' on their assets, which was put in placeÂ during their divorce proceedingsÂ .
But earlier this week, Brad filed a lawsuit accusingÂ Jolie of a 'vindictive' plan to sell her shares, circumvent his right of first refusal, and profit from the 'incredible amount of work, time and money' invested by the actor and his business partners, as per exclusive legal docs obtained by DailyMail.com.
Court battle: An agreement is in place that could allow Angelina Jolie to sell off her shares of a $164M winery and estate in France she and ex-Brad Pitt own, but a lawsuit filed by Pitt's legal team could prove to make her sale difficult.
Originally, when the former couple boughtÂ their shares of Quimicum, the company that owns the Chateau Miraval, in 2008, Pitt and his company, Mondo Bongo, had a 60/40 majority share over Jolie and her company, Nouvel.
The legal documents claim Pitt sold Jolie the shares for a symbolic price of 1 Euro in 2013, which was one year before they were married and three years beforeÂ Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt
The battle: In recent days, Pitt's company, Mondo Bongo, filed a lawsuit against Jolie's company, Nouvel, claimin she has been trying to cut Pitt out of a money-making deal to offload her shares in Chateau Miraval, and thatÂ she never gave Pitt the first option to buy her out
Prior to reaching an agreement, Pitt's company alleged that it had made numerous good-faith attempts to settle this issue amicably, but was forced to file a lawsuit to annul the transfer of Quimicum shares, and bring their respective ownerships of the company back to a 60-40 split.Â Â