Company secretary, Business Law and Ethics

Company Secretary:

            4.19.1  Appointment of the Secretary

            By section 179, every company must have a secretary but a sole director cannot be a secretary as well.

Table A, Article 110, provides that the secretary shall be appointed by the directors on such terms and conditions as they think fit and may be dismissed by them.

Section 179 provides that a corporation cannot be a secretary if its sole director is also the sole director of the company.

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