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UKSolicitorJA only: I have a related question on quorum. Our

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UKSolicitorJA only: I have a related question on quorum. Our Articles say "Two persons entitled to vote upon the business to be transacted, each being a Member of a proxy for a Member or a duly authorised representative of a corporation, shall be a quorum." Our difficult shareholders own two flats and thus have two votes. Are they two Members or just one? Can they call a meeting, be the only attendees, and make decisions that bind the company?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Property Law
Expert:  UKSolicitorJA replied 3 years ago.
Hello again,

Unless the Articles state that each share carries one vote, the member would just count as having one vote, even though they own two shares/flats.

Hope this clarifies.