I am the chairman of the Board of an incorporated private limited company. It is a community shop with 23 members and a board of 4. Can the 23 members vote for the removal of a Board member, please? Thank you: Martin XXXXXX
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If you look at the articles and memorandum of association it should say here.
But generally yes. They would need to call an EGM and give notice to other members.
If a majority voted for removal and it was passed, then yes, the members can remove a Board member.
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