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CHAPTER 3
ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION

articles, the company can alter the articles so as to terminate X.'s appointment without his consent. In such a case, his contract " is not a contract constituting him a permanent director unconditionally, but is a contract constituting him a permanent director subject to the power of terminating his appointment in accordance with the articles or any modification of the articles sanctioned by the Companies Act." (11) But in the absence of an alteration of the articles the appointment cannot be terminated without X.'s consent.(12)
4. No article can constitute a contract between the company and a third person.
This is on the principle that a person not a party to a contract can acquire neither rights nor liabilities under that contract.
5. The articles constitute a contract binding the members among themselves, but a contract which is not in most cases enforceable.(13)

" The articles constitute a contract between each member and the company, and there is no contract in terms between the individual members of the company; but the articles do not, any the less, in my opinion, regulate their rights inter se. Such
rights can only be enforced by or against a member through the company or through the liquidator representing the company; but I think that no member has, as between himself and another member, any rights beyond that which the contract with the company gives." (14)
Inspection of Articles.-A company is required to furnish a copy of its memorandum and articles to its members on request, on payment of not more than one shilling a copy (s. 24).
Any person, whether a member of the company or not, may inspect the memorandum and articles of association of any company at the office of the Registrar of Companies on paying a fee of one shilling. He may also have a certified copy or extract of them on payment of sixpence a folio (s. 426).
Rectification of Articles.-The Court has no jurisdiction to rectify the articles, even if it is proved that they were not in accordance with the intention of the original signatories. (15)

11 Per Scrutton, L.J., in Shuttleworth v. Cox Bros. & Co. (Maidenhead), [1927] 2 K. B. 9, 22. .
12 Imperial Hydropathic Hotel Co., Blackpool v. Flanzpson (1882), 23 Ch. D. 1.
13 Per Farwell, L.J., in Salmon v. Quin and Axtens, Ltd., [1909] 1 Ch. 311, 318.
14 Per Lord Herschell, in Welton v. Saffery, [189:] A. C. at p. 315. IS Scott v. Frank F. Scott (London), Ltd., [1940 1 Ch. 217.

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