Registration of resolutions, Business Law and Ethics

Registration of Resolutions:

By S.143(1) a printed copy of the following resolutions shall, within 30 days after the passing thereof, be delivered to the registrar for registration:

(a)    Special resolutions;

(b)   resolutions agreed to by all the members which would otherwise not have been effective unless passed as special resolutions;

(c)    resolutions agreed to by all the members of a class of shareholders; and

(d)   resolutions requiring a company to be wound up voluntarily.

By S.144 where a resolution is passed at an adjourned meeting of -

(a)    a company

(b)   Other is the holders of any class of shares in a company;

(c)    the directors of a company, the resolution is treated as having been passed on the date on which it was in fact passed on the date of the original meeting.

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