| Commentary

95 Representation of corporations at meetings

| Commentary

95 Representation of corporations at meetings

A shareholder which is a corporation may authorise a person or persons to act as its representative or representatives at any general meeting of the company1. A person authorised by a corporation is entitled to exercise the same powers on behalf of the corporation as the corporation could exercise if it were an individual shareholder2. This does not cause any problems where the corporation authorises only one person to act on its behalf. If a corporation authorises more than one person to act, (for example, where each representative is intended to represent the interests

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