| Commentary

20.6 Majority decisions

| Commentary

20.6 Majority decisions

The model articles contain several provisions governing the procedures for making majority decisions. For instance, the directors are not permitted to vote on any proposal at a directors' meeting (other than a decision to call another meeting) unless a quorum is participating in the meeting1. The quorum for a directors' meeting is two unless the board fixes it at a higher figure2. In case the total number of directors accidentally falls below the quorum required, the model articles facilitate the speedy appointment of sufficient new directors by providing that the board may decide to appoint further directors,

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