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A non-exhaustive list of the business that will typically be considered at an AGM is referenced in the Companies Act:
A limited company need not hold an annual general meeting where all the members sign a written resolution:
The Board of Directors of a company are responsible for calling an AGM. In calling it, they must provide a minimum notice period of 21 days to:
The period of 21 days may be waived if all members entitled to attend and vote at the meeting agree to the shorter notice period. Should the company have appointed auditors they too must agree to the shorter notice period.
The notice should specify, the place, the date and the time of the meeting and the general nature of the business to be transacted at the meeting. Should the members be asked to consider a proposed special resolution, the text or substance of that proposed special resolution should also be provided.
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