General Meetings: can you participate even with a representative?
lun., 14 avr. 2014 10:25:00 +0200
In ruling no. 12-10151, the Commercial Chamber at the Court of Cassation indicates to what extent the member of a company still has the right to participate in person in general meetings even when a representative has been previously appointed to represent and vote for indivisible members.
Indeed, pursuant to article 1844 (1) of the civil code : "Any member is entitled to participate in collective decisions". The high judges have ruled: in the present case, indivisible members may participate in meetings but cannot vote; activity devolved to representatives.