| Commentary

97.3 Time for notifying appointment of a proxy

| Commentary

97.3 Time for notifying appointment of a proxy

The Companies Act 2006 seeks to prevent companies from demanding proxy appointments to be made too far in advance of a general meeting. Consequently, any provision in a company’s articles will be void in so far as it requires the company (or another person) to receive a proxy appointment more than 48 hours before the time for holding the relevant meeting (or adjourned meeting)1. Provisions in a company’s articles will be void where, in the case of a poll taken more than 48 hours after it was demanded, they require receipt of

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