| Commentary

49.3 Declaration made by notice in writing

| Commentary

49.3 Declaration made by notice in writing

A director with an interest in a proposed transaction or arrangement with the company may (but need not) make the required declaration at a meeting of the directors, or alternatively by giving notice to the directors, in which case this may either be by notice in writing or by a general notice1. Where a director is required to declare an interest in an existing transaction or arrangement with the company, the declaration must be made at a meeting of the directors, or by notice in writing2. The director must

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