Corporate Shareholder Meetings In Washington State

 Washington corporations have shareholders and those shareholders have certain rights. Among these rights is the right to participate in shareholder meetings, which can include the right to vote on things like the election of directors to the board of directors. This is of course a significant right as the board of directors is ultimately responsible for managing the corporation. Outlined in this post are a handful of some of the most important details about Washington corporate shareholder meetings, including the different types of meetings, the notice that must be given in advance to shareholders, voting procedure, and more.Related: How To Form A Washington CorporationThe Types of Shareholder MeetingsShareholder meetings come in two flavors: annual and special.A Washington corporation is required to have an annual shareholders’ meeting to elect directors to the board. The time and place of this meeting should be set out in the corporation’s bylaws. If no…

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