Written resolutions definition

What does Written resolutions mean?

Written resolutions can only be made by private companies and are governed by the Companies Act 2006. A written resolution is passed when the required majority of eligible members have signified their agreement to it, which is a simple majority for ordinary resolutions and not less than 75% of the total voting rights of eligible members for special resolutions.

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Written resolutions is referenced 6 in UK Parliament Acts

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