[(1) The expenses of the company in complying with section 340A need not be paid by the members who requested the inclusion of the matter in the business to be dealt with at the annual general meeting if requests sufficient to require the company to include the matter are received before the end of the financial year preceding the meeting.
(a) the expenses of the company in complying with that section must be paid by the members who requested the inclusion of the matter
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