How to Call an Extraordinary General Meeting?


You can call an extraordinary general meeting when an urgent need arises in the company. In most many cases you are required to give members a 14 days’ notice and tell them the purpose of the meeting
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An extraordinary general meeting is any meeting that an organisation can convene or call other than the organisation’s annual general meting. Directors are obliged to call an EGM if there is a substantial loss of capital. Fourteen days written notice must be given or 21 days written notice if a special resolution is to be proposed.
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