94 Voting on a resolution

94.1 Introduction

In most cases, the procedure for voting at general meetings is provided for in the company’s articles of association1. Unless the articles provide otherwise (for example, by restricting a particular member’s right to vote on certain matters), a registered member2is entitled to vote on any matter, and it is irrelevant whether or not that member is personally interested in the subject-matter of the vote. If the member is denied the right to vote, he is entitled to seek an injunction.

The main methods for casting votes at a general meeting are by a show of

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