Thank you. I'm the secretary of a ladies choir, not a company, so no shares involved. I just thought something like six members of the choir had to sign in order to cal an EGM.
Not sure I understand question. The choir has a membership of 53 and a committee of thirteen including the Chair, Treasurer and myself. We had a bit of a fracas in practice this week and our Vice-Chair called an emergency committee meeting for Monday, but one committee member is pressing for an EGM. Our AGM is scheduled for May. We knew about the fourteen day notice, but I just wanted to confirm that a single member of the committee can call an EGM without any other signatories on the request!
It's just a ladies choir which meets for weekly rehearsals and performs mostly for charities in the area. We pay subscriptions every week and we pay our musical team. My question may seem a little top heavy for an amateur organisation, but I was just anxious to get my facts right before I tell the member the exact approach she has to make to call an EGM. This might be difficult for you to work with and I will understand if you cannot help. Appreciate what you have said so far.