97.2 Proxy notice

The form and contents of a proxy appointment notice will depend on the provisions of the company’s articles of association. The model articles for private and public companies provide that proxies may only be validly appointed by a notice in writing (a ‘proxy notice’) which1:

  1. 97.2.1

        states the name and address of the shareholder appointing the proxy;

  2. 97.2.2

        identifies the person appointed to be that shareholder’s proxy and the general meeting in relation to which that person is appointed;

  3. 97.2.3

        is signed by or on behalf of the shareholder appointing the proxy, or is authenticated in such

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