| Commentary

94.2 Voting on a show of hands

| Commentary

94.2 Voting on a show of hands

Where the shareholders vote on a show of hands at a meeting, whether or not the resolution is passed will depend upon the type of resolution. If it is an ordinary resolution, it must be passed by a simple majority of the the votes cast by those entitled to vote1. If it is a special resolution, it must be passed by not less than 75% of the votes cast by those entitled to vote2. For these purposes, each member present in person has one vote, and every proxy present has one vote, provided

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