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p. 2946. The Board of Directors as an Organ of the Companylocked

p. 2946. The Board of Directors as an Organ of the Companylocked

  • Sarah WorthingtonSarah WorthingtonDowning Professor of the Laws of England, University of Cambridge

Abstract

This chapter discusses the mechanics of the board of directors. It covers: the appointment of directors; eligibility for appointment as a director; defective appointments and the validity of acts of directors; publicity and the appointment of directors; acting as a board of directors; removal of directors; directors acting after their office is vacated; the rights of directors on termination of appointment; and directors’ disqualification.

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