S-31.1 - Business Corporations Act

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195. To be eligible to submit a shareholder proposal, a person must be, for at least the period prescribed by government regulation, the holder or beneficiary of, or have the support of persons who, including the person submitting the proposal, have been, for at least the prescribed period, holders or beneficiaries of, at least the number or value prescribed by government regulation of outstanding shares of the corporation.
The number or value of the voting shares is calculated as at the date the period mentioned in the first paragraph begins. A person submitting a proposal is not required to acquire additional shares in the event of a downward fluctuation in the value of the person’s shares; however, the person must keep the shares until the shareholders meeting at which the proposal is to be discussed.
2009, c. 52, s. 195.