5: PROCEDURE AT GENERAL MEETINGS

92 Quorum

The quorum which the Companies Act 2006 requires for a general meeting depends upon whether the company is a single-member company or not. If the company has only one member, then not surprisingly, one qualifying person present at a meeting counts as a quorum1. Otherwise, two qualifying persons present at a meeting will generally count as a quorum although this will be subject to any contrary provisions in the company’s articles2.

A ‘qualifying person’ means3:

  1. 92.1

        an individual who is a member of the company;

  2. 92.2

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