(1) Subject to subsection (2), at least 21 days notice must be given of a meeting of a company's members. However, if a company has a constitution, it may specify a longer minimum period of notice.
Calling meetings on shorter notice
(2) A company may call on shorter notice:
(a) an AGM, if all the members entitled to attend and vote at the AGM agree beforehand; and
(b) any other general meeting, if members with at least 95% of the votes that may be cast at the meeting agree beforehand.
A company cannot call an AGM or other general meeting on shorter notice if it is a meeting of the kind referred to in subsection (3) or (4).
Shorter notice not allowed--removing or appointing director
(3) At least 21 days notice must be given of a meeting of the members of a public company at which a resolution will be moved to:
(a) remove a director under section 203D; or
(b) appoint a director in place of a director removed under that section.
Shorter notice not allowed--removing auditor
(4) At least 21 days notice must be given of a meeting of a company at which a resolution will be moved to remove an auditor under section 329.