A director of a corporation may be removed from office by the shareholders through a resolution in this regard.
Upon removal of a director, the shareholders may elect a replacement during the same meeting. However, if the board of directors still has the required quorum, the shareholders may decide not to appoint a replacement until their next annual meeting. if the shareholders do intend to appoint a replacement but did not actually do it, the law provides that the
directors may then proceed without delay to the appointment of such replacement.
The availablbe resolution will meet the needs of most corporations for relatively simple situations.
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Any decision concerning a corporation must be subject a resolution by its board of directors or, where applicabe, its shareholders.
Any resolution of the corporation must be kept in its minute book.
This service includes:
Shareholders resolution to remove a director from office;
Acceptance of office by the new elected director, if any.