|Company Act Article 175-1Aug. 1, 2018|
Shareholders of a company may reach a voting agreement in writing to jointly exercise their voting rights or may form a voting trust where the voting trustee will exercise the voting power based upon the terms and conditions stated in such a written voting trust agreement. "A voting trust cannot be set up as a defense against the company unless the written voting trust agreement referred to in the preceding Paragraph, the name or title, office, residence or domicile of each shareholder, and the total number, kind and amount of shares transferred to the voting trust have been delivered to the company for registration 30 days prior to a shareholders’ meeting or 15 days prior to a special shareholders' meeting. "The two preceding paragraphs shall not apply to a public company.
|Company Act Article 175Aug. 1, 2018|
When the number of shareholders present does not constitute the quorum prescribed in the preceding article, but those present represent one-third or more of the total number of issued shares, a tentative resolution may be passed by a majority of those present. A notice of such tentative resolution shall be given to each of the shareholders, and reconvene a Shareholders’ meeting within one month. "In the aforesaid meeting of shareholders, if the tentative resolution is again adopted by a majority of those present who represent one-third or more of the total number of issued shares, such tentative resolution shall be deemed to be a resolution under the preceding article.
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