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What type of special business is included in ordinary resolutions? I’m only aware of one which is the appointment of directors
‘Special business’ is defined as ‘Any business that isn’t ordinary business’ and ordinary business is limited in its applicability to:
receiving the financial statements
approving the dividend proposed by the directors
re-appointing directors retiring by rotation and
re-appointing the auditors for another year
ANYTHING else is, by default, special business
Yes but which of these special business matters are done with an ordinary resolution by special notice?
Your original post on this thread asked about “What type of special business is included in ordinary resolutions? I’m only aware of one which is the appointment of directors”
Now you’re chasing a different thread! If you know the 6 ordinary resolutions that require special notice (5 if you exclude the over-age director of a public company) then all those that require special notice are, by definition, special business
In addition, all special resolutions are special business
In answer to your original thread, resolutions that are special business but require only an ordinary resolution without special notice …
follow this link and particularly see resolution number 14