Section 66 – THE COMPANIES (COURT) RULES, 1959

66. Petition to cancel variation of rights

(1) Where a petition to cancel a variation of the rights attaching to any class of shares is made on behalf of the shareholders of that class entitled to apply for cancellation under section 107 by one or more of them, the letter of authority signed by the shareholders so entitled, authorizing the petitioner or petitioners to present the petition on their behalf, shall be annexed to the petition, and the names and addresses of all the said shareholders and the number of shares held by each of them shall be set out in the Schedule to the petition.

 

(2) The petition shall set out the particulars of registration and the share capital, the different classes of shares into which the share capital of the company is divided and the rights attached to each class of shares, the provisions of the memorandum or articles authorizing the variation of the rights attached to the various classes of shares, the total number of shares of the class whose rights have been varied, the nature of the variation made, and, so far as may have been ascertained by the petitioner, the number of shareholders of the class who gave their consent to the variation or voted in favor of the resolution for variation and the number of shares held by them, the number of shareholders who did not consent to the variation or who voted against the resolution, and the number of shares held by them, and the date or dates on which the consent was given or the resolution was passed, and the reasons for opposing the variation.

Compromise or Arrangement under sections 391 to 39

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