Corporations Act 2001

CHAPTER 2G - MEETINGS  

PART 2G.4 - MEETINGS OF MEMBERS OF REGISTERED SCHEMES  

Note: Section 1228A applies a modified version of this Part in relation to a CCIV. Section 1228B applies a modified version of this Part in relation to a sub-fund of a CCIV.

Division 2 - How to call meetings of members  

SECTION 252J   252J   CONTENTS OF NOTICE OF MEETINGS OF MEMBERS  
A notice of a meeting of a registered scheme ' s members must:

(a)  

set out:

(i) if there is only one location at which the members who are entitled to physically attend the meeting may do so - the date, time and place for the meeting; and

(ii) if there are 2 or more locations at which the members who are entitled to physically attend the meeting may do so - the date and time for the meeting at each location, and the main location for the meeting; and

(iii) if virtual meeting technology is to be used in holding the meeting - sufficient information to allow the members to participate in the meeting by means of the technology; and

(b)  state the general nature of the meeting ' s business; and

(c)  if a special or extraordinary resolution is to be proposed at the meeting - set out an intention to propose the special or extraordinary resolution and state the resolution; and

(d)  contain a statement setting out the following information:


(i) that the member has a right to appoint a proxy;

(ii) that the proxy does not need to be a member of the registered scheme;

(iii) that if the member appoints 2 proxies the member may specify the proportion or number of votes the proxy is appointed to exercise; and

(e)  

specify at least one of the following:

(i) a place for the purposes of receipt of proxy appointments and proxy appointment authorities;

(ii) sufficient information to allow members to comply with section 252Z by means of an electronic communication.

Note: There may be other requirements for disclosure to members.


 

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