Special Company Resolution
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Special Company Resolution
Special Resolution Definition: … “Special Company Resolution means a resolution passed by a majority of not less than two-thirds of the votes cast by the shareholders who voted in respect of that resolution or signed by all the shareholders entitled to vote on that resolution.”
The Difference Between an Ordinary Resolution and a Special Resolution. An ordinary resolution is refers to a resolution, passed by the members of the company by a bare majority. … There are two types of resolutions, which is needed to be passed in different situations, they are an Ordinary Resolution and Special Resolution.
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A resolution is the formal means by which decisions are made by a meeting of company members. There are two types of resolutions: ordinary and special. The Corporations Act 2001 requires many decisions that affect a company to be made by resolution, some of which must be by special resolution. In addition, the constitution of a company may also require that other decisions be made by either an ordinary resolution or a special resolution. The minutes must be signed by the chair of the meeting at which the resolution was passed or by the chair of the next meeting. Non-compliance with these requirements could invalidate the outcome of the resolution. This collection contains draft minutes of Company resolutions.
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