Article 64 - Notice of Meetings

(1) Any general meeting of an Investment Club or a meeting of any class of Members of an Investment Club may, subject to any longer period of notice as may be required by its articles of association, be called by a 21 days' notice in writing, or such less time as may be set out in the articles of association, inclusive of the day on which the notice is given.
(2) If a meeting is called by shorter notice than that specified in Article 64(1), it must be deemed to be duly called if it is so agreed by a majority in number of the Members having a right to attend and vote at the meeting.
(3) A notice of a general meeting of the Investment Club must:
a. set out a time and place for the meeting;
b. set out in an agenda the nature of the business of the meeting;
c. if a Special Resolution is to be proposed at the meeting set out the intention to propose a Special Resolution and attach a copy of the proposed Special Resolution to the agenda; and
d. include a copy of any accounts or auditors report if the same is to be laid before the meeting.
(4) The accidental omission to give notice of a meeting to, or the non-receipt of a notice of a meeting by, any persons entitled to receive notice must not invalidate the proceedings of the meeting.
Derived (as from 20th December 2016).