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There is nothing the major shareholder can do.
The Companies Act only allows for an annual general meeting once a year.
He is not entitled to bank accounts - he is ONLY a shareholder.
He is entitled to annual audited accounts.
You are there to run the business
The accountants would provide an audit report detailing any discrepencies
But he is not entitled to bank accounts.
There is no provision in law that allows him to do so.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?