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CHAPTER 11
DIRECTORS

(b) a public company, when the prospectus is issued more than a year from the date of the commencement of business.

Subsequent Appointments are governed by the articles. Table A, provides:

" 89. At the first annual general meeting of the company all the directors shall retire from office, and at the annual general meeting in every subsequent year one-third of the directors for the time being, or, if their number is not three or a multiple of three, then the number nearest one-third, shall retire from office.
" 90. The directors to retire in every year shall be those who have been longest in office since their last election, but as between persons who became directors on the same day those to retire shall (unless they otherwise agree among themselves) be determined by lot."

The articles also usually contain clauses, as does Table A, providing that the retiring directors shall be eligible for re-election, that the company in general meeting may increase or reduce the number of directors, and that casual vacancies, i.e., vacancies occurring between two general meetings, may be filled up by the directors.
The appointment of directors at a general meeting, except in the case of a private company, must be voted on individually unless a resolution to the contrary has first been agreed to without any vote being given against it. If a single resolution is passed to appoint two or more directors it is void, and in that event no provision in the articles for the automatic re-appointment of retiring directors in default of another appointment applies (s. 183).
Table A, Art. 92, provides that the retiring director, if offering himself for re-election, is deemed to have been re-elected unless (a) another person is elected, (b) a resolution not to fill the vacancy is passed, or (c) a resolution for his re-election is lost.l It is also provided, by Art. 93, that no person, other than the retiring director or a person recommended by the directors, is elegible for election as a director unless notice of intention to propose him, signed by a member, is left at the registered office not less than three nor more than twentyone days before the meeting, together with a signed notice of his willingness to act.
The articles may appoint a named person a permanent director of the company, so that no re-election in his case is necessary. The appointment of such a director, when the only contract he has is that

1 In the absence of (c), a retiring director will be deemed to be re-elected even though a resolution that he be re-elected is lost. Grundt v. Great Boulder Proprietary Mines, Ltd., [1948] Ch. 145.

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