Examples of Voting Interests in a sentence
Amendments to these Articles may be proposed by a majority of the Board of Directors or upon a petition of twenty-five percent (25%) of the Voting Interests and shall be submitted to a vote of the members not later than the next annual meeting.
Except as otherwise required by Florida law or as provided elsewhere in these Bylaws, these Bylaws may be amended if the proposed amendment is approved by the affirmative vote of at least two-thirds (2/3) of the Voting Interests, present and voting in person or by proxy at a members’ meeting noticed for that purpose and at which a quorum is present.
The aggregate voting power of the Anthem Designees shall, with respect to any act of the Board or any committee of the Board, equal the Units of Voting Interest of Anthem, calculated as though only Anthem, Humana and SS&C Health hold Units of Voting Interests, at the time such vote is called, without regard to the number of Anthem Designees actually voting.
If a special meeting is called by ten percent (10%) of the Voting Interests for the purpose of recall, the notice of the meeting must be accompanied by a dated copy of the signature list, stating the purpose of the signatures.
The Voting Interests allocated to the Units are set forth on attached Exhibit B.