Notice of Class Meeting

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Notice of Extraordinary Resolutions to Class Meeting to deal with the procedure for the variation of rights attached to any class of shares in a company whose share capital is divided into shares of different classes. That every variation, modification or abrogation of the rights, privileges and restrictions attaching to the [preference] shares of a specified number each in the capital of the Company as a class of shares which will be affected by the resolution numbered in the notice of extraordinary general meeting of the Company to be held on the stipulated date be sanctioned [with immediate effect] in accordance with the identified Article of the articles of association of the Company. For further information, please refer to the Explanatory Statement which is included with, and forms part of, this notice of general meeting. Each member is asked to consider the annexed Consent to Short Notice, and execute if they approve.

 

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Declaration / announcement / notice / press release

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Business > Corporate > Board Resolution / Board Meeting / Committee Minutes

 
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