Majority Shareholder Vote definition

Majority Shareholder Vote means a vote of “a majority of the outstanding voting securities” (as such term is defined in the 0000 Xxx) of the Trust with each class and series of Shares voting together as a single class, except to the extent otherwise required by the 1940 Act or this Declaration with respect to any one or more classes or series of Shares, in which case the applicable proportion of such classes or series of Shares voting as a separate class or series, as the case may be, also will be required.
Majority Shareholder Vote shall have the same meaning as the termvote of a majority of the outstanding voting securities” is given in the 1940 Act, as modified by or interpreted by any applicable order or orders of the Commission or any rules or regulations adopted or interpretive releases of the Commission thereunder;
Majority Shareholder Vote means “the vote of a majority of the outstanding voting securities” as defined in the 1940 Act;

Examples of Majority Shareholder Vote in a sentence

  • Any merger or consolidation of the Trust other than as described in the foregoing provisions of this Section 9.5 shall, in addition to the approval of the Trustees, require a Majority Shareholder Vote.


More Definitions of Majority Shareholder Vote

Majority Shareholder Vote as used with respect to (a) the election of any Trustee at a meeting of Shareholders, shall mean the vote for the election of such Trustee of a plurality of all outstanding Shares of the Trust, without regard to Series, represented in person or by proxy and entitled to vote thereon, provided that a quorum (as determined in accordance with the By-Laws) is present, (b) any other action required or permitted to be taken by Shareholders, shall mean the vote for such action of the holders of that majority of all outstanding Shares (or, where a separate vote of Shares of any particular Series is to be taken, the affirmative vote of that majority of the outstanding Shares of that Series) of the Trust which consists of: (i) a majority of all Shares (or of Shares of the particular Series) represented in person or by proxy and entitled to vote on such action at the meeting of Shareholders at which such action is to be taken, provided that a quorum (as determined in accordance with the By-Laws) is present; or (ii) if such action is to be taken by written consent of Shareholders, a majority of all Shares (or of Shares of the particular Series) issued and outstanding and entitled to vote on such action; provided that (iii) as used
Majority Shareholder Vote means the vote for such action at a meeting of Shareholders of the smallest majority of all outstanding Shares of the Trust (or of Shares of the particular Series) entitled to vote on such action which satisfies such 1940 Act voting requirement.
Majority Shareholder Vote shall have the same meaning as the termvote of a majority of the outstanding voting securities” is given in the 1940 Act;
Majority Shareholder Vote means the vote of the holders of a majority of Shares, which shall consist of: (i) a majority of Shares represented in person or by proxy and entitled to vote at a meeting of Shareholders at which a quorum, as determined in accordance with the By-Laws, is present; (ii) a majority of Shares issued and outstanding and entitled to vote when action is taken by written consent of Shareholders; and (iii) a "majority of the outstanding voting securities," as the phrase is defined in the 1940 Act, when any action is required by the 1940 Act by such majority as so defined.
Majority Shareholder Vote means the vote of “a majority of the outstanding voting securities” (as defined in the 0000 Xxx) of the Trust, Portfolio, or Class, as applicable;
Majority Shareholder Vote means the vote of "a majority of the outstanding voting securities" (as defined in the 1940 Act) of the Trust with each class of Shares voting together as a single class, except to the extent the 1940 Act or the Governing Instrument requires the separate vote of one or more classes of Shares, in which case the applicable proportion of such classes of Shares voting as a separate class, as the case may be, will be required;