| Commentary

97.1 Right to appoint proxies

| Commentary

6: PROXIES

97 Appointment of proxies

97.1 Right to appoint proxies

A proxy is a person (an agent) appointed by a member of a company to represent the member’s voting interests at a general meeting. Under the Companies Act 2006, any member of a company is entitled to appoint another person as his proxy to exercise all or any of his rights to attend, and to speak and vote at, a meeting of the company1. Where the company has a share capital, a member may appoint more than one proxy in relation to a meeting, provided that each proxy is appointed to

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