Corporate Share Voting Rights
The Corporate Share Voting Rights are the rights and restrictions attaching to the Class “A” Voting and the Class “B” Non-Voting shares in the capital of a corporation. The Corporate Share Voting Rights set out whether a particular class of shares in the capital stock of a company are voting or non-voting, whether the shares are entitled to receive dividends and such other provisions as the price per share in the event of a redemption of the shares by the company. This document is downloadable and customizable for your specific usage.
SOURCE: Corporate Share Voting Rights
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