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  • SCWill
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    Thank you all

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  • eagle2
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    With a quoted company, members holding more than 5% of the voting rights may require the directors to seek an independent report regarding a poll under s342 CA 2006 but the same right does not apply to members of a private company.

    All companies are required to keep records of resolutions passed in accordance with s355 CA 2006 but as s356 explains, it is sufficient for the minutes to be signed by the chair of the meeting, unless the contrary can be proved. I cannot find any requirement to make available the proxy forms for inspection by members.

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  • eagle2
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    It is quite normal for members to appoint a proxy to vote on their behalf if they cannot attend the meeting themselves. The proxyholder is usually the chair of the meeting but it can be a non member, The proxyholder has a duty to vote as instructed by the member unless the member has not given any indication how he/she wishes to vote.

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  • eagle2
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    Originally posted by ram View Post
    P.S. to above

    It is an offence for the company not to supply proxy forms.
    Which legislation are you referring to?

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  • ram
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    P.S. to above

    It is an offence for the company not to supply proxy forms.

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  • ram
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    You need to see the "written" proxy forms that were supplied to the "Company".
    Proxy forms MUST be given to the company , ( Usually to the Company Secretary ) and not to an outsider.

    You have to ask the person for the proxy vote forms, if none were received by the Company.
    If they refuse, you must then contact the leaseholders, and ask what where their instuctions to this outsider.

    Such as ,, voting yes or no to the items on the agenda, or giving the outsider permission to vote as he thought fit

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  • scot22
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    You would have to look at your articles.

    I would think of 5 people had asked someone to act for them there is no problem,.providing everything done properly.

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  • SCWill
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    Proxy

    We held an Extraordinary meeting last night and someone (not a leaseholder) was a Proxy for 5 people and I just wanted to find out if this is OK?
    Thanks

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