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CHAPTER 13
MEETINGS

To obviate this result it is usually provided in the articles, as in Table A, Art. 54, that the accidental omission to give notice to or the non-receipt of notice by any member shall not invalidate the proceedings at that meeting.
The nature of the notice is specified in the articles. Table A, Art. 50, provides that the notice shall state the place, date, and hour of the meeting and, in the case of special business, the nature of that business. Special business is defined by Art. 52 as being (a) at an extraordinary meeting-all business, (b) at an annual general meetingall business except declaring a dividend, the consideration of the accounts, balance sheets and the reports of the directors and auditors, the election of directors in the place of those retiring and the appointment of, and the fixing of the remuneration of, the auditors.
Choppington Collieries, Ltd. v. Johnson, [1944] 1 All E. R. 762. Notice of annual general meeting was in common form and included in the business was "to elect directors." C., the retiring director, offered himself for re-election, but was not elected. A motion was proposed for the election of three new directors to fill up the places of the retiring director and two vacancies, but the chairman refused to accept it. Held, the refusal was wrong, as the notice sufficiently specified the general nature of the business to bring it within the competence of the meeting to elect directors up to the number permitted by the articles.

Notice of special business must " state the resolution to be passed in such a way as fairly to state the purpose for which the meeting is convened, so that every shareholder may make up his mind whether he will or will not attend, with knowledge of the result of his act." (1)
Baillie v. Oriental Telephone Co., [1915] 1 Ch. 503. Directors had from 1907 to 1914 been receiving remuneration as directors of a subsidiary company without the knowledge of the shareholders. To obtain the sanction of the shareholders to their retention of this remuneration, resolutions were proposed and a meeting summoned to pass them. The notice did not specify the amount of the remuneration, which amounted to £44,876. The resolutions were passed. Held, the resolutions were not binding, as the notice was insufficient.
Boschoek Proprietary Co. v. Fuke, [1906] 1 Ch. 148. A notice convening a meeting stated that it was held for receiving the directors' report and the election of directors and auditors. The report sent therewith stated that the meeting would be asked to confim the appointment of R. as director. Held, the notice and the report together were sufficient notice of this special business.
Every notice calling a meeting of the company must contain a statement, given reasonable prominence, that a member entitled to attend and vote can appoint a proxy to attend and vote instead of him, and that the proxy need not be a member of the company (s. 136).
Notice of every general meeting must be given to the auditors (s. 162).

1 Stiebel's Company Law (3rd ed.), p. 335.

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