Vacation of office - company management, Business Law and Ethics

Vacation of Office:

In addition to vacating office under the aforesaid provisions of Article 88 a person may cease to be a director for various reasons like as;-

                   (a)     death; or

                   (b)     retirement by rotation under the articles; or

                   (c)     court order restraining him from acting as director; or

                   (d)     dissolution of the company.

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