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CHAPTER 13
MEETINGS

THERE are three classes of meetings held by companies: (1) the statutory meeting, (2) the annual general meeting, and (3) extraordinary general meetings.

Statutory Meeting (s. 130).-Every public company must hold a statutory meeting not less than one month nor more than three months from the date at which it is entitled to commence business. At least fourteen days before the holding of this meeting a report, called the statutory report, must be sent to the shareholders. The statutory report must state:
1. The number of shares allotted, the extent to which they are paid up, and the consideration for allotment.
2. The cash received in respect of the shares alloted.
3. An abstract of the receipts and payments of the company, the balance in hand, and the estimated amount of the preliminary expenses.
4. The names and addresses of the directors, auditors and secretary.
5. Particulars of any contract to be modified, with particulars of the proposed modification.

The number of shares allotted, the cash received in respect of them, and the receipts and payments on capital account must be certified by the auditors. The statutory report must be certified by two directors.
A copy of the statutory report must be delivered to the Registrar of Companies. Failure to comply with these provisions exposes the directors to a fine of £50.

A list of members must be produced at the meeting. The company must not, before the statutory meeting, vary the terms of a contract referred to in the prospectus or statement in lieu of prospectus (s. 42).

The object of the statutory report and meeting is to furnish the shareholders with full information of the results of the formation of

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