Special Meetings of Board of Directors.
The Chairman may call a special meeting of the Board of Directors at any time, stating its objects. Any three of the Directors may also call a special meeting of the Board, upon giving fourteen clear days' notice thereof to the Chairman or Manager, and stating its object.
Special General Meetings of Shareholders.
The Chairman, on receiving a written Memorial, signed by thirty of the members, requesting him to convene a special general meeting of the Association, or on receiving notice of appeal from any Trustee or Director removed from his office, shall, within seven days after the receipt of such memorial or notice of appeal, fix the time for such meeting to be held, and direct the Manager to convene the same by advertisement in at least one newspaper circulating in the Province of Canterbury, fourteen clear days before the time appointed for holding such meeting.
The Members, Trustee, or Director (as the case may be)
Deposit of £20 to be made prior to calling Special General Meetings.
presenting such Memorial, or giving such notice of Appeal, shall, before such meeting is appointed, deposit with the Manager such a sum of money, not exceeding £20, as the Directors may think adequate to defray the expenses of such meeting; the same to be returned if the appeal be allowed or the resolution of the memorialists adopted.
Special General Meetings of the members may at any time be also convened by the Chairman, or any four of the Directors.
No business shall be transacted at such meetings except that of which notice has so been given.