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CHAPTER 13
MEETINGS

chairman's decision, even if it is wrong, in the absence of fraud or bad faith on his part. (10)
A shareholder who has given a proxy may nevertheless attend and vote in person. His attendance has the effect of revoking the proxy. (11)
Itilinutes.--Es: crv company must keep minutes of all proceedings of general meetings (s. 145). Such minutes, signed by the chairman of the meeting at which the proceedings were had or of the next succeeding meeting, are evidence of the proceedings. Unless the articles so provide, they are not conclusive evidence, and so, if a resolution has been passed, but is not entered in the minutes, other evidence to prove it will be admitted.(12)
Wbern the articles provide that the minutes, signed by the chairman, shall be " conclusive evidence without any further proof of the facts therein stated " evidence cannot be called to contradict the minutes. (13)
When minutes have been duly made, there is a presumption that all the proceedings are in order, and all appointments of directors, managers or liquidators are deemed to be valid.
The books containing minutes of general meetings are to be kept at the registered office and open to the inspection of any member without charge for at least two hours a day (s. 146). A member is entitled to be furnished with a copy on payment of sixpence per 100 words. In the case of refusal, the Court can compel immediate inspection of the books.

RESOLUTIONS
Resolutions may be (1) ordinary, (2) extraordinary, or (3) special. An ordinary resolution is one passed by a simple majority of the members voting at the meeting.
An extraordinary resolution is one passed at a general meeting
(a) of which notice to propose the resolution as an extraordinary resolution has been given, and
(b) by a majority of three-fourths of the members voting in person. or by proxy (s. 141).
The notice may be a fourteen days notice (ante, p. 143).

10 Wall v. Exchange Investment Corpn., [1926] Ch. 143.
11 Cousins v. International Brick Co., [1931] 2 Ch. 90.
12 Re Fireproof Doors, [1916] 2 Ch. 142.
13 Kerr v. Mottram, [1940] 1 Ch. 657.

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