These excerpts taken from the BP 6-K filed May 22, 2008.
Passing Substantive Resolutions
69 (A) Subject to paragraph (B) of this Article 69 and subject to the Statutes no Substantive Resolution may be considered or passed at a general meeting unless the text of the resolution was set out in the notice by which the meeting was convened.
(B) A Substantive Resolution may be amended (for example by correcting grammatical or clerical errors which can be corrected as a matter of construction of the resolution set out in the notice when read together with any circular which accompanied the notice, or by reducing the words to a more formal language) provided that there is no departure from the substance of the resolution which was set out in the notice by which the meeting was convened.
69 (A) Subject