Bolles' Manual for Business Corporation Meetings; Founded on the Judicial Interpretation of the Rules of Parliamentary Law Applicable to All the States of the Union and to Canada

Bolles' Manual for Business Corporation Meetings; Founded on the Judicial Interpretation of the Rules of Parliamentary Law Applicable to All the States of the Union and to Canada

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...of corporation, 44 particulars required in notice, 44-46 should show authority to call meeting, 46 when notice must be personal, 47 when presumption exists that notice was given, 48 how record of notice may be shown, 49 all stockholders must be notified, 49 notice to foreign stockholder, 50 effect of not receiving notice, 50, 51 inability of stockholder to act on notice, 52 to whom notice must be sent by English law, 53 ratification of notice, 56-59, 69 stockholder cannot complain of lack of notice to another, 59 notice to creditors, 60 when objection must be made to notice, 61 difference between notice of special and regular meetings, 62-64 nature of notice to different kinds of meetings, 64, 65 statutory requirements must be regarded, 65 length of time of notice, 66 effect of departure from notice in action of meeting, 67 effect of conditional notice, 67 expense of spe cial notice, 69 effect of holding election without giving notice, 239 effect of defective notice of meeting on absentees, 125 notice of adjourned meeting, 128 to whom notice of meetings should be sent in cases of pledgors, pledgees, etc., 166 Partnership. how stock owned by, may be voted, 154. Pledgor And Pledgee. must be notified of meeting, 49 See Voting. Preferred Stockholder. his right to vote, 156 President. when he must call meeting, 35 where he may act as inspector of elections, 72 his authority to act as inspector of them, 72-75, 78 should he not announce the result of an election, or correctly, what may be done, 87 may have a casting vote, 104 when a mandamus will lie to compel him to do things, 253, 254 See Meeting; Mode of Holding Meeting. Proxy. difficulty in allowing proxy to vote by show of hands, 110 trustee may exercise authority by proxy, 147 blanks in...show more

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  • Paperback | 88 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 172g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236749146
  • 9781236749147