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''Company law - UK.''
 
''Company law - UK.''
  
A special resolution formal decision of a majority of at least 75% at a company general meeting.
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A special resolution is a formal decision of a majority of at least 75% at a company general meeting.
  
 
Certain important matters require decisions by special resolution, not just an ordinary (simple majority) resolution.
 
Certain important matters require decisions by special resolution, not just an ordinary (simple majority) resolution.

Latest revision as of 17:44, 13 January 2022

Company law - UK.

A special resolution is a formal decision of a majority of at least 75% at a company general meeting.

Certain important matters require decisions by special resolution, not just an ordinary (simple majority) resolution.


See also