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(p. 372) 15. Corporate Administration 

(p. 372) 15. Corporate Administration
(p. 372) 15. Corporate Administration

James Marson

and Katy Ferris

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date: 12 April 2021

This chapter identifies the administrative requirements of a company, from the regulation of the company’s meetings, and the interaction of the members with the company, and how the various resolutions may be moved. These requirements are due to the regulation that is placed on companies through legislation, including the Companies Act (CA) 2006. It is necessary for companies to register with Companies House in order to obtain a trading certificate, regulation exists with regard to the activities of a company’s directors, members of the company have the right to participate in meetings and vote on resolutions that are to be moved, procedures must be followed when moving resolutions, and board meetings have to be conducted in accordance with rules and procedures required by statute.

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