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Companies Act 2006

Section 337: Public companies: notice of AGM

584.This section reproduces the effect of parts of section 369 of the 1985 Act relating to the AGM notice. The minimum notice period for calling a public company AGM is 21 days as set out in subsection (2) of section 307 or longer if provided for in the company’s articles. An AGM may be called at shorter notice if all members of the company agree.

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