Article 69 - Right to demand a poll

(1) A provision contained in an LLC's articles of association is void insofar as it would have the effect either:
(A) of excluding the right to demand a poll at a general meeting, or at a meeting of any class of Members, on a question other than the election of the chairman of the meeting or the adjournment of the meeting; or
(B) of making ineffective a demand for a poll on any such question which is made either:
(i) by not less than five Members having the right to vote on the question;
(ii) by a Member or Members representing not less than 10 percent of the total voting rights of all the Members having the right to vote on the question; or
(iii) by a Member or Members holding not less than 10 percent in nominal value of the Shares in the LLC conferring a right to vote at the meeting.
(2) The instrument appointing a proxy to vote at such a meeting is deemed also to confer authority to demand or join in demanding a poll; and for the purposes of Article 69(1) a demand by a person as proxy for a Member is the same as a demand by the Member.
(3) On a poll taken at such a meeting, a Member entitled to more than one vote need not, if he votes, use all his votes or cast all the votes he uses in the same way.
Amended (as from 5th April 2015).