Section 339 – The Companies Act,1956

The Companies Act, 1956

339. POWER TO CALL MEETINGS FOR THE PURPOSES OF SECTIONS 337 AND 338 AND PROCEDURE.

(1) Without prejudice to any other provision contained in this Act or in the articles of the company for the calling of meetings, any two directors of the company may call a general meeting of the company for the purpose of considering any resolution of the nature referred to in section 337 or 338.(2) On receipt of notice of any such resolution, a copy of theresolution shall be sent forthwith to the managing agent by the company.

(3) The managing agent shall have, in relation to any such resolution, all the rights which a director of the company has under section 284 in relation to any resolution for removing him from office, including, in particular, the right to make representations to the company in writing, to have such representations sent to members of the company and to have them read out at the meeting and also the right to be heard on the resolution at the meeting.

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