We are going to discuss here types of resolution it will give clear concept about resolution. In accordance with the company Act 1994 enforceable in Bangladesh, the resolution of a meeting can be divided into three groups. They are Ordinary resolution special resolution and extraordinary resolution. They are discuss detailed as follows
Types of Resolution
- Ordinary Resolution: A resolution which is simply passed by the majority votes (not less than three-fourths) cast by the members in person or by proxy is known as ordinary resolution. The business of ordinary nature is recorded in such resolution.
- Special Resolution: A special resolution is that which records the decision of the meeting transacting some special business and which is passed by the majority of the members (not less than three-fourths).
- Extra-Ordinary Resolution: The resolution which is passed in a meeting at the consent of three-fourths of the participating members with a view to serving emergency purposes is called extra-ordinary resolution. The members must be communicated through notice before 14 days of holding a meeting to adopt such resolution and the extraordinary resolution must be explicitly mentioned in the notice. A copy of the extraordinary resolution must be submitted to the registrar of the company within 15 days of adopting such resolution in the meeting.
Extra-ordinary resolution is necessitated to be passed for the following causes:
- Winding up of company at will,
- Dismissal of any director,
- Dismissal of management agent etc.
A flow chart of types of resolution given above.
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