Lack of secret voting by shareholders does not always mean invalidity of resolutions

Lack of secret voting by shareholders does not always mean invalidity of resolutions

27.04.2021

As a rule, voting at the meeting of shareholders of a limited liability company is open. However, in some cases, including related to the so-called personal matters, a secret voting is required. What might be the consequences of breaking this rule?

Marcin Borkowski, Ph.D., attorney-at-law at GWW, answers this question in today's article in Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.

The article can be downloaded from the following link: https://www.gazetaprawna.pl/firma-i-prawo/artykuly/8150124,spolka-z-oo-zgromadzenie-wspolnikow-glosowanie-tajne.html 

 

 

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