Monthly Archives: August 2013

Annual meetings – sometimes you actually have to meet

Corporate governance for some closely-held entities has evolved to the point where much of the governance business is conducted by unanimous written resolution. Governing legislation usually starts with the presumption that a meeting is to occur, but offers a statutory …

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Proxies, private companies and The BC Business Corporations Act

Proxies are a mechanism for a shareholder to grant to another person the ability to attend and vote on their behalf at shareholders’ meetings of a corporation. The business corporations statutes of Canada and most provinces, contain a regulatory framework …

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