What is the legal requirement for directors to attend management meetings?

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    What is the legal requirement for directors to attend management meetings?

    Is it a legal requirement for the company directors to attend company meetings?
    And is it a legal requirement for the managing company to have meetings?

    Cheers in advance of any advice.

    #2
    No
    Not for a private company unless a meeting is called (under the relevant legislation) or the Articles say so

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      #3
      Small companies are not required to hold annual meetings but members with 5%+ support can demand a meeting.

      Managing agents usually offer annual meeting for leaseholders and to discuss complaints and collect feedback from leaseholders.

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        #4
        Usually it is the directors who authporoise the company secretary if one exists to call a company meeting - even if in leasehold the directors do not know nowt about their roles and leave it all to an agent to tell them what to think.

        Given the diretcors call the meeting you'd expect them to attend the company meeting and choose the chair - again leasehold companies can have no clue about this either. If no diretcors attend the memebrs get to choose the chair, and again leeaseholder company members might not know this either.

        This is why managing agents can run amok in RMCs.
        Do not read my offerings, based purely on my research or experience as a lessee, as legal advice. If you need legal advice please see a solicitor.

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