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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 7

XIV.— Powers of General Meetings

XIV.— Powers of General Meetings.

Removal of Directors for misconduct, &c.

84. Any General Meeting, when notice on that behalf is given, may remove any Director or Auditor page 31 for misconduct, negligence, incapacity, or other cause deemed by the meeting sufficient, and may appoint another qualified person to fill the vacancy, and, subject to the provisions of these presents, may generally

General Meeting may decide on all affairs of Company.

decide on any affairs of or relating to the Company.
85. Any Ordinary Meeting, without any notice on

Power of Ordinary Meeting.

that behalf, may elect Directors, may elect and fix the remuneration of Auditors, may receive and either wholly or partially reject, or adopt and confirm the Accounts, Balance Sheets, and Reports of the Board; may, subject to the provision of these presents, decide on any recommendation of the Board of or relating to any dividend, and subject also to the provisions of these presents; and seven days' notice having been given to

Seven days' notice in writing to be given of subject to be discussed.

the Secretary by any Shareholder, in writing, of the subject he intends to bring forward, may discuss any affairs of or relating to the Company.
86. The Company may, from time to time, by

Repeal, or alteration of Regulations.

special resolutions, alter and make new provisions instead of, or in addition to, or by way of repeal of, any regulations of the Company, whether contained in these Articles of Association or not.
87. The authority given by the last preceding

Nature of alterations, &c.

Article shall extend to authorise every alteration whatsoever of these presents, except those of the regulations which are also contained in the Memorandum of Association, and which the Statutes do not authorise the Company to alter, which excepted regulations shall accordingly be deemed the only fundamental and unalterable regulations of the Company; but the Company shall be bound by all their special resolutions under which any shares were issued, with special privileges, so long as any such shares are outstanding.?