Chapter 2: Formation, Administration and Dissolution of Companies
Part F: Governance of companies
s60: Shareholders acting other than at meeting
- (1) A resolution that could be voted on at a shareholders meeting may instead be:
- (a) submitted for consideration to the shareholders entitled to exercise voting rights in relation to the resolution; and
- (b) voted on in writing by shareholders entitled to exercise voting rights in relation to the resolution within 20 business days after the resolution was submitted to them.
- (2) A resolution contemplated in subsection (1):
- (a) will have been adopted if it is supported by persons entitled to exercise sufficient voting rights for it to have been adopted as an ordinary or special resolution, as the case may be, at a properly constituted shareholders meeting; and
- (b) if adopted, has the same effect as if it had been approved by voting at a meeting.
- (3) An election of a director that could be conducted at a shareholders meeting may instead be conducted by written polling of all of the shareholders entitled to exercise voting rights in relation to the election of that director.
- (4) Within 10 business days after adopting a resolution, or conducting an election of directors, in terms of this section, the company must deliver a statement describing the results of the vote, consent process, or election to every shareholder who was entitled to vote on or consent to the resolution, or vote in the election of the director, as the case may be.
- (5) For greater certainty, any business of a company that is required by this Act or the company's Memorandum of Incorporation to be conducted at an annual general meeting of the company, may not be conducted in the manner contemplated in this section.
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