Corporations Act 2001

CHAPTER 2G - MEETINGS  

PART 2G.3 - MINUTES AND MEMBERS' ACCESS TO MINUTES  

SECTION 251AA   DISCLOSURE OF PROXY VOTES - LISTED COMPANIES  

251AA(1)   [ Recording of proxy votes]  

A company must record in the minutes of a meeting, in respect of each resolution in the notice of meeting, the total number of proxy votes exercisable by all proxies validly appointed and:


(a) if the resolution is decided by a show of hands - the total number of proxy votes in respect of which the appointments specified that:


(i) the proxy is to vote for the resolution; and

(ii) the proxy is to vote against the resolution; and

(iii) the proxy is to abstain on the resolution; and

(iv) the proxy may vote at the proxy's discretion; and


(b) if the resolution is decided on a poll - the information specified in paragraph (a) and the total number of votes cast on the poll:


(i) in favour of the resolution; and

(ii) against the resolution; and

(iii) abstaining on the resolution.

251AA(2)   [ Notification to market operator]  

A company that must notify the operator of each market on which financial products of the company are listed of a resolution passed by members at a meeting of the company must, at the same time, give the relevant market operator the information specified in subsection (1).

251AA(3)   [ Application]  

This section only applies to a company that is listed.

251AA(4)   [ Paramountcy]  

This section applies despite anything in the company's constitution.


 

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