Appointment of proxyholder and related issues
A shareholder entitled to vote at a meeting of shareholders may by means of a proxy appoint a proxyholder or one or more alternate proxyholders who are not required to be shareholders, which proxyholders shall have all the rights of the shareholder to attend and act at the meeting in the place and stead of the shareholder except to the extent limited by the proxy.
A proxy shall be executed by the shareholder or by their personal representative in writing.
at the meeting in respect of which it is given or any adjournment thereof, or
at any meeting held during the period specified in a proxy which period shall not exceed fourteen months but a proxy shall be valid for only one annual meeting during that period.
A shareholder may revoke a proxy
by depositing a written instrument of revocation or a proxy of later date executed by him or by his attorney authorized in writing
at a registered office of the corporation at any time up to and including the last business day preceding the day of the meeting, or an adjournment thereof, at which the proxy is to be used, or
with the chairman of the meeting on the day of the meeting or an adjournment thereof; or
in any other manner permitted by law.
A shareholder or the shareholderâ€™s personal representative may sign a proxy or a revocation of proxy.
The directors may specify in a notice calling a meeting of shareholders a time not exceeding forty-eight hours, excluding Saturdays and holidays, preceding the meeting or adjournment thereof before which time proxies to be used at the meeting must be deposited with the corporation or its agent.
1983, c.15, s.16; 2023, c.2, s.66; 2023, c.2, s.155