| Commentary

22 Directors’ discretion to make further rules

| Commentary

22 Directors’ discretion to make further rules

Both the private and the public company model articles give the board of directors the discretion to make any further rules they think fit relating to the way in which they take decisions, and how such rules are to be recorded or communicated to directors1. This power to make further rules is expressed to be subject to the articles, so there should be no question of those rules interfering with other provisions of the articles2.

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