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CHAPTER 18
PRIVATE COMPANIES

3. A director holding office for life on July 18, 1945, cannot be removed by ordinary resolution under s. 184 (1).
4. A director is not obliged to retire on reaching the age of seventy or to disclose his age to the company, unless the company is a subsidiary of a public company (s. 185 (8)).
A private company, like a public company, must hold a general meeting every calendar year, at which the balance sheet, profit and loss account and the directors' report are laid before the shareholders. Failure to fulfil this requirement exposes every director to a penalty of six months' imprisonment or a fine of £200 (s. 148).
If a private company wishes to pay any commission to a person as a consideration of his subscribing or procuring subscriptions for any shares in the company, a statement in the prescribed form, giving the amount or rate of the commission, must be filed with the Registrar before the commission is paid (s. 53).
Table A, Part II, contains regulations for a private company. The regulations are the same as in Part I with a few modifications necessary to comply with s. 28. The Registrar will not register articles unless the issue of share warrants is prohibited-presumably because there is no means of restricting the transfer of share warrants. Table A, Part II, Art. 2 (d) prohibits the issue of share warrants to bearer.
The articles of a private company usually prohibit the transfer of shares to any person who is not a member of the company a s long as any member is willing to buy the shares at a fair value to be e etermined by the auditors or by arbitration. Such a clause does not compel one member to offer the shares in accordance with the articles if he merely wishes to transfer them to another member of the company.(5) Table A, Part II contains no such clause.
The importance of private companies is shown from the fact that, according to the last Board of Trade return, there were 134,882 private companies on the register as compared with 15,872 public companies.
The quorum for a meeting is provided by Table A, Part II, Art, 4, to be " two members present in person or by proxy." This does not mean that one member present in person and holding proxies for others can constitute a meeting. (6)

5 Delavenne v. Broadhurst,[ 1931] 1 Ch. 234.
6 J. Yrain & Sons, Ltd., [1947] S.C. 325.

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