Method of service - meetings and resolutions, Business Law and Ethics

Method of Service:

Article 131 provides that a notice may be given by the company to any member either personally or by sending it by post to him at his registered address or at the address, if any, for the giving of notice to him.  Whether as a notice is sent through post, hence service of the notice shall be deemed to be produced within 72 hours of properly addressing, prepaying and posting a letter containing the notice.

Article 132 provides that a notice may be given by the company to the joint holders of a share by giving the notice to the joint holder first named in the register of members in respect of the share.

Under Article 133, a notice may be given to the personal representative or trustee in bankruptcy by sending it through the post in a prepaid letter addressed to them by name, or by any official description, at the address, if any, within Kenya-supplied by them for the purpose, if no address has been supplied, the notice shall be given in any manner in that it might have been given if the death or bankruptcy of the registered holder had not occurred.

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