Under the model articles, the directors of a private limited company must call a directors’ meeting if they wish to make a majority decision. If the decision is a unanimous one, the directors may always opt to pass a written resolution although they still have the option of calling a meeting, for instance if the decision in question is particularly significant. Any director may call a directors’ meeting by giving notice of the meeting to the directors1. This notice must indicate2:
the proposed date and time of the meeting;
where it is to
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