| Commentary

36 Removal of auditors

| Commentary

36 Removal of auditors

The members of a company may remove an auditor from office at any time by ordinary resolution, notwithstanding anything in any agreement between it and him1.

Special notice is required for a resolution to be effectively passed at a general meeting, removing an auditor from office2. A copy of the proposed resolution must be sent to the auditor proposed to be removed3. An auditor proposed to be removed is entitled to make written representations (not exceeding a reasonable length) to the company and to require their circulation to the members4. The company must then (unless the statement

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