Commentary

70 Members’ right to propose resolutions

BUILDING SOCIETIES vol 6(1)
| Commentary

70 Members’ right to propose resolutions

| Commentary

70 Members’ right to propose resolutions

Members of a building society have the right to give notice to the society of their intention to have a resolution moved on their behalf at an annual general meeting of the society1. If at least the requisite number2 of qualified members3 of the society give notice to the society of their intention to have moved on their behalf a resolution (other than a shareholding members’ resolution4 or a borrowing members’ resolution5) specified in the notice at an annual general meeting of the society, the society (subject

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