articles of association


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articles of association

pl n
1. (Law) the constitution and regulations of a registered company as required by the British Companies Acts
2. (Law) the document containing these
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articles of association

npl (Comm) → statuto sociale
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It was formed, in fact, by the Articles of Association in 1774.
The conditional application of the mitigated large company regime and the related conditional amendment of the articles of association were adopted.
Foreign ownership as defined by Etisalat Group's Articles of Association will be limited to 20 per cent of the share capital.
For this reason, the Board of Directors of the Company held on 27 August has decided to call an extraordinary general meeting on 13 October 2014 to amend the Company s articles of association and extend the term of the Company by 99 years as from the date of the meeting, i.
During today's session presided over by the Shura Council's Chairman, Ali bin Saleh Al-Saleh, members voted in favor of approving the articles of association of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)'s Statistics Centre, associated with Royal Decree 85/2013.
The assets of the company under liquidation will be distributed after being sold unless otherwise stipulated in the articles of association.
The governing body are said to be concerned Whyte may have breached their strict articles of association with regards to office-bearers of members clubs.
The city voted against an amendment to the Articles of Association that would have enabled a share listing to occur.
Black Country law firm Higgs & Sons is advising people wishing to sell shares in private limited companies to look closely at the articles of association and shareholders' agreements after new ethical standards for auditors came into force earlier this year.
Z's articles of association specifically prohibited any transfer of ownership interest in the company without the prior written consent of all the owners.
Other state statutes provide more flexibility, allowing for reconstitution upon a vote of the majority of the remaining members or upon the consent of all remaining partners unless the articles of association provide otherwise.
and Industrivarden - have proposed an addendum to AB Volvo's articles of association that would permit voluntary conversion of Series A to Series B shares.