Section – 101, Companies Act, 2013
Notice of meeting.
101.(1) A general meeting of a company may be called by giving not less than clear twenty-one days’ notice either in writing or through electronic mode in such manner as may be prescribed:
[Provided that a general meeting may be called after giving shorter notice than that specified in this sub-section if consent, in writing or by electronic mode, is accorded thereto—
|(i)||in the case of an annual general meeting, by not less than ninety-five per cent of the members entitled to vote thereat; and|
|(ii)||in the case of any other general meeting, by members of the company—|
|(a)||holding, if the company has a share capital, majority in number of members entitled to vote and who represent not less than ninety-five per cent of such part of the paid-up share capital of the company as gives a right to vote at the meeting; or|
|(b)||having, if the company has no share capital, not less than ninety-five per cent of the total voting power exercisable at that meeting:|
Provided further that where any member of a company is entitled to vote only on some resolution or resolutions to be moved at a meeting and not on the others, those members shall be taken into account for the purposes of this sub-section in respect of the former resolution or resolutions and not in respect of the latter.]
(2) Every notice of a meeting shall specify the place, date, day and the hour of the meeting and shall contain a statement of the business to be transacted at such meeting.
(3) The notice of every meeting of the company shall be given to—
|(a)||every member of the company, legal representative of any deceased member or the assignee of an insolvent member;|
|(b)||the auditor or auditors of the company; and|
|(c)||every director of the company.|
(4) Any accidental omission to give notice to, or the non-receipt of such notice by, any member or other person who is entitled to such notice for any meeting shall not invalidate the proceedings of the meeting.