Shareholders' Written Ordinary Resolution
This Shareholders' Written Ordinary Resolution provides a template by which an Ordinary Resolution may be passed using the written resolution procedure under the Companies Act 2006.
The Companies Act 2006 allows private companies to pass written resolutions much more easily and thus avoid the rigmarole of calling a meeting. It is expected that the majority of resolutions passed by private companies will now be written.
A written resolution is passed by the eligible members of the company indicating their agreement to it on a signed document which indicates the resolution to which he/she is agreeing.
This Shareholders' Written Ordinary Resolution provides a template by which an Ordinary Resolution may be passed by this procedure. Over 50% of the eligible members of the company must agree to an ordinary resolution before it can be passed. You must simply enter the details of the resolution to be passed and you can then circulate the proposed resolution to the shareholders, which can be done electronically. If you want to pass a Special Resolution you should download and use the “Shareholder’s Written Special Resolution” via the link below.
Resolutions to remove a director or an auditor before his term of office has expired cannot be taken by written resolution.
Optional phrases / clauses are enclosed in square brackets. These should be read carefully and selected so as to be compatible with one another. Unused options should be removed from the document.
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