Guide to Meetings A-Z (eBook)



    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: eBook
  • ISBN: 9781845100546
  • Extent: 88 Pages
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  • Category: Governance, Risk and Compliance

R240.00

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Many arguments arise at meetings because of perceived errors as well as lack of knowledge on how to deal with procedural and substantive issues. Little has been written to assist the chairman and company secretaries with key knowledge of the common law principles and the new Companies Act; Guide to Meetings A-Z seeks to fill the gap. The book has been written in an easy–to-follow alphabetical format to facilitate the location of answers without wasting time.

  • Index
  • Guide to Meetings
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Adjournment
  • Agenda
  • Amendments
  • Annual General Meeting ( AGM)
  • Apologies
  • Attendance of Non-members
  • Attendance register
  • Business of a meeting
  • Chairman’s casting vote
  • Chairman’s election
  • Chairman’s powers and duties
  • Chairman and his role
  • Class meetings
  • Committees
  • Conflict of interest
  • Constitution
  • Counter motion
  • Court orders
  • Directors
  • Dissolution of meetings
  • Dropped motions
  • Executive powers
  • Expulsion from meetings
  • Formal motions
  • Matters arising from minutes
  • Meeting
  • Members
  • Minutes
  • Motions
  • Motions to review and rescind
  • Non-members
  • Notices of meetings
  • Office bearers
  • Point of order
  • Polls
  • Postponement
  • Preparation for meetings
  • Preservation of order
  • Privileged occasions
  • Proposer
  • Proxies – Companies
  • Proxies – Bodies other than companies
  • Question before the meeting
  • Quorum
  • Record date
  • Representation of meetings
  • Requisitioned meetings
  • Resolutions – Ordinary
  • Resolutions – Special

  • Company secretaries
  • Chartered secretaries
  • Chartered accountants
  • Directors
  • Managing agents of bodies corporate
  • Committees of voluntary associations
  • Lawyers

Key Benefits

  • An alphabetical approach to the topic
  • Common law principles regarding the law, procedure and conduct of meetings
  • Well set out provisions of the new Companies Act
  • Easily accessible language

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Many arguments arise at meetings because of perceived errors as well as lack of knowledge on how to deal with procedural and substantive issues. Little has been written to assist the chairman and company secretaries with key knowledge of the common law principles and the new Companies Act; Guide to Meetings A-Z seeks to fill the gap. The book has been written in an easy–to-follow alphabetical format to facilitate the location of answers without wasting time.

  • Index
  • Guide to Meetings
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Adjournment
  • Agenda
  • Amendments
  • Annual General Meeting ( AGM)
  • Apologies
  • Attendance of Non-members
  • Attendance register
  • Business of a meeting
  • Chairman’s casting vote
  • Chairman’s election
  • Chairman’s powers and duties
  • Chairman and his role
  • Class meetings
  • Committees
  • Conflict of interest
  • Constitution
  • Counter motion
  • Court orders
  • Directors
  • Dissolution of meetings
  • Dropped motions
  • Executive powers
  • Expulsion from meetings
  • Formal motions
  • Matters arising from minutes
  • Meeting
  • Members
  • Minutes
  • Motions
  • Motions to review and rescind
  • Non-members
  • Notices of meetings
  • Office bearers
  • Point of order
  • Polls
  • Postponement
  • Preparation for meetings
  • Preservation of order
  • Privileged occasions
  • Proposer
  • Proxies – Companies
  • Proxies – Bodies other than companies
  • Question before the meeting
  • Quorum
  • Record date
  • Representation of meetings
  • Requisitioned meetings
  • Resolutions – Ordinary
  • Resolutions – Special

  • Company secretaries
  • Chartered secretaries
  • Chartered accountants
  • Directors
  • Managing agents of bodies corporate
  • Committees of voluntary associations
  • Lawyers

Key Benefits

  • An alphabetical approach to the topic
  • Common law principles regarding the law, procedure and conduct of meetings
  • Well set out provisions of the new Companies Act
  • Easily accessible language

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