LPL » Topics » Article 17. (Convening of General Meetings of Shareholders)
This excerpt taken from the LPL 20-F filed Apr 11, 2005.
Article 17. (Convening of General Meetings of Shareholders)
Unless otherwise provided for in the relevant laws and regulations, a General Meeting of Shareholders shall be convened by the Companys Representative Director pursuant to a
resolution of the Board of Directors. However, if the Company has Joint Representative Directors, a General Meeting of Shareholders shall be convened jointly by the Joint Representative Directors; provided that, in the absence of a Joint
Representative Director, the other Joint Representative Director shall convene the meeting, and provided, further, that, in the absence of both Joint Representative Directors, a Director who is responsible pursuant to the order of priority as
determined by the Board of Directors, shall convene the meeting.
A General Meeting of Shareholders may be held at the head office of the Company or at any other place as designated by the Board of Directors.
A notice for convening a General Meeting of Shareholders, which sets forth the time, date, place and agenda of the meeting, shall be sent to each shareholder, either in a written or
an electronic form, at least two (2) weeks prior to the date of the meeting.
A notice to shareholders holding not more than one percent of the total number of issued and outstanding shares with voting rights may be replaced by public notices, either in a
written or an electronic form, made at least twice in the Maeil Business Newspaper and The Chosun Ilbo, both published in Seoul, two weeks prior to the meeting. The public notice of a meeting shall include the statement that
the General Meeting will be held and the venue and date and the agenda of the meeting.
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