| Commentary

84.1 Members’ requisition

| Commentary

84 Members’ power to require directors to call general meeting

84.1 Members’ requisition

In certain circumstances, the shareholders of a company may require the directors to call a general meeting of the company1. The directors must call a general meeting once the company has received requests to do so from members representing at least 5% of the total paid-up capital of the company (excluding any paid-up capital held as treasury shares) carrying the right of voting at general meetings2.

The shareholders’ request may either be in hard copy form or in electronic form, but in either

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