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nonvoting

(nɒnˈvəʊtɪŋ)
adj
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of or relating to a nonvoter
2. (Banking & Finance) finance (of shares) not entitling the holder to vote at company meetings
Translations

nonvoting

[ˌnɒnˈvəʊtɪŋ] adj
nonvoting shares → actions fpl sans droit de votenon-white [ˌnɒnˈhwaɪt]
adj [people] → de couleur
npersonne f de couleur

nonvoting

[ˌnɒnˈvəʊtɪŋ] adj non-voting sharesazioni fpl senza diritto di voto
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The executor proposed to create a "blocker LLC," which would hold the note and, in exchange, issue voting and nonvoting LLC units.
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Existing Florida Bar Board of Governors policies are sufficient to determine whether there should be a nonvoting seat on the board for government lawyers--or any other group that feels it is underrepresented in Bar matters.
Called to vote for a reduction in their dividend privileges, Pirelli's nonvoting shareholders appeared to expropriate themselves and favor the voting class of shares.
Laughs both voting and nonvoting added sizably with 18.
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For example, an individual with a large estate containing a portfolio of stock that is expected to appreciate substantially would form a corporation with both voting and nonvoting common stock.
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Gabriel Richard, was a nonvoting delegate to Congress from the Michigan Territory from 1823 to 1825 and is credited with convincing Congress to fund the road from Detroit to Chicago now known as Michigan Avenue.