Examples of Corporate Representative in a sentence
Corporate Representative means a person authorised in accordance with the Corporations Act (or a corresponding previous law) by a Shareholder which is a body corporate to act as its representative at a meeting of Shareholders.
Subject to this Constitution and any rights and restrictions attached to a class of Shares, a Shareholder who is entitled to attend and cast a vote at a meeting of Shareholders, may attend and vote in person or by proxy, by attorney or, if the Shareholder is a body corporate, by Corporate Representative.
If there is more than one Shareholder of a Jointly Held Share present at a meeting of Shareholders (either in person, by proxy, attorney or Corporate Representative), only the vote by the Shareholder who is present (either in person, by proxy, attorney or Corporate Representative) whose name appears first in the Register in respect of that Share will count.
If a Shareholder has appointed more than one proxy or attorney or Corporate Representative, only one of them may be counted towards a quorum.
Unless otherwise provided in the document or resolution appointing a person as proxy, attorney or Corporate Representative of a Shareholder, the appointment is taken to confer authority to attend and vote at a meeting which is rescheduled, postponed or adjourned to another time or changed to another place, even though the appointment may refer to a specific meeting to be held at a specified time or place.