Horsley’s Meetings: Procedure, Law and Practice, 7th edition
Horsley's Meetings: Procedure, Law and Practice is the most comprehensive guide to meeting procedure in Australia. It offers a complete in-depth guide to both the law and practice of meetings.
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Each chapter contains an authoritative exposition and analysis of the relevant cases and legislation, followed by helpful guidelines, checklists and suggestions for the conduct of meetings. The book examines the law and practice of meetings of bodies generally, as well as the specific requirements of the Corporations Act applying to companies.
Originally written by Mervyn Horsley and based on his extensive experience as Secretary of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries for 20 years, the 7th edition has been revised and updated by A D Lang, Barrister, with a foreword by the Hon Justice Bromberg.
Table of contents
- The Nature of Meetings
- The Secretary
- The Agenda
- Notice of Meetings
- The Chair
- Conduct of Meetings
- Points of Order
- Motions and Amendments
- Resolutions and Recessions
- Procedural Motions
- Elections and Ballots
- Companies - Introduction
- Companies - General Meetings
- Companies - Directors' Meetings
- Companies - Creditors' Meetings
- Companies - Australian Securities Exchange
(ASX) Listing Rules
Appendix I - Summary of the formal motions designed to bring a meeting to an end
Appendix II - Summary of the formal motions designed to bring a meeting to an adjournment Index