Whether there is any provision related to the meetings of the partners of LLP as same in the case of company?
Explain about the provisions for Extra ordinary General Meetings of a Company?
Is there any restriction on a company for holding all Board Meetings abroad during the year?
we want to take into note an act which do not require any resolution specifically, can anyone suggest the manner of presenting such note taking in minutes, as passing of resolution is not even required nor relevant,
Also,if we take such note without passing resolution will it affect the resolution No. for the purpose of general authorisation of directors for any form filing considered in same meeting.
Is it required to consider every resolution which is to be considered in General meeting in its Board meeting first,
If yes, then is it also required to keep the exact text of resolution for both meetings( BM and GM) while sending notice of meetings and recording minutes of the meetings,
waiting for replies,
As per Sec 122(3) of the Companies Act, 2013 any business which
is required to be transacted at AGM or other general meetings of OPC
by means of an ordinary or special resolution, it shall be sufficient if,
in case of OPC, the resolution is communicated by the member to the
company and entered in the minutes book and signed and dated by the
member and such date shall be deemed to be the date of the meeting
for all the purposes of the Companies Act, 2013.
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Can members of the company give up their right of receiving EGM Notices as a part of mutual understanding between the Company and Members for certain businesses?
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Please reply on below mentioned query:
As per section 173 of the Companies Act, 2013, every company shall hold a minimum number of four meetings of its Board of Directors every year in such a manner that not more than 120 days shall intervene between two consecutive meetings of the Board.
Further in terms of General Circular No.11/2020 dated 24/03/2020, MCA due to Covid-19 outbreak have relaxed the mandatory requirement of holding meetings of the Board of the companies within the intervals provided in section 173 of the Companies Act, 2013 (CA-13) (120 days) stands extended by a period of 60 days till next two quarters i.e., till 30th September. Accordingly, as a one- time relaxation the gap between two consecutive meetings of the Board may extend to 180 days till the next two quarters, instead of 120 days as required in the CA-13.
Now, please reply that a private limited company (not small company) can hold 3 board meetings instead of 4 in FY 20-21.
1 board meeting for quarter Apr-Jun & Jul-Sep within time gap of 180 days from last board meeting in quarter Jan-Mar and other 2 board meetings in quarter Oct-Dec & Jan-Mar
it has to convene 4 board meetings in the FY 20-21.
I request you to please reply at the earliest.
As per the MCA Circular dated 24th March, 2020, relaxation is provided in terms of the gap between two board meetings to be 180 days instead of 120 days as per Section 173 of the Companies Act, 2013. If a company makes use of this relaxation, the number of board meetings held in a year falls below the minimum number of 4 board meetings required in a year. Is that ok?
The circular doesn't expressly mention regarding the exemption given for the number of meetings to be less than 4. Request learned members to share your views on this.
pls clarify that the gap between two board meetings now is 120 days or 180 days as per the MCA NOTIFICATION. e.g. if the last board meeting was held on 14th august, 20 and next board meeting is to be held at a gap of 120 days or 180 days.
pls clarify, its urgent.
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