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CHAPTER 13
MEETINGS

" The shareholder's vote is a right of property, and prima facie may be exercised by a shareholder as he thinks fit in his own interest."?
On a poll, each member has the number of votes attached to his shares. Subject to this he has, as is provided in Table A, Art. 62, one vote for each share.

Proxies.-A proxy is a person appointed to vote on behalf of another. Any member entitled to attend and vote at a company meeting may appoint another person, whether a member of the company or not, to attend and vote as his proxy. The articles cannot deprive the member of this right (s. 136). Unless the articles otherwise provide, a proxy can only vote at a poll.
A proxy is appointed by an instrument in writing in accordance with the articles. There are two forms of proxy in use-a general proxy appointing a person to vote as he thinks fit, and a special proxy appointing a person to vote for or against a particular resolution. The articles also usually provide for the form and proof of proxies. Table A contains the following provisions:
Art. 67.-" On a poll votes may be given either personally or by proxy."
Art. 68.-Provides that the proxy must be in writing signed by the appointor; the proxy need not be a member.
Art. 69.-The proxy must be deposited at the registered office forty-eight hours before the holding of the meeting-twenty-four hours in the case of a poll-otherwise
it is invalid.8
Art. 70.-Prescribes the form of a general proxy. Art. 71.-Prescribes the form of a special proxy.
Art. 72.-Provides that the instrument appointing a proxy is deemed to confer authority to demand a poll.
Art. 73.-Provides that a vote by proxy is valid notwithstanding the death or insanity of the principal or revocation of the proxy, as long as no intimation in writing has been received by the company at the office before the commencement of the meeting.
Proxies must be stamped with a penny stamp or, if for voting at more than one meeting, with a ten-shilling stamp. Directors are entitled to send out to the shareholders proxies, duly stamped, in favour of themselves at the expense of the company. 9 If they exercise this power, they must send them to all members entitled to attend the meeting and not only to some of them (s. 136).
It is the duty of the chairman to decide on the validity of proxies. If the articles provide that votes tendered at a meeting and not disallowed shall be deemed to be valid, the Court will not review the

7 Carruth v. I. C. I, Ltd., supra, per Lord Maugham, at p. 765.
8 The articles cannot require the proxy to be deposited more than forty-eight hours
before the meeting (s. 136 (3)).
9 Peel v. L. & N. W. By., [1907] 1 Ch. 5.

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