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Notice of Postponement of the Annual Stockholders' Meeting Due to COVID-19/Coronavirus

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Notice of Postponement of the Annual Stockholders' Meeting Due to COVID-19/Coronavirus

A Notice of Postponement of the Annual Stockholders' Meeting is a notice used by a corporation to inform its stockholders (or members) that the annual stockholders' meeting has been cancelled.

The notice for the postponement of the annual stockholders' meeting should be sent at least 2 weeks prior to the date of the postponed meeting unless a different period is required under the bylaws, laws or regulations. The notice should also include the reason for the postponement.

This document is specifically drafted for the postponement of the meeting due to COVID-19 or the coronavirus.


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The notice can be sent to the stockholders or members by electronic mail or such other means as may be allowed in the bylaws. It should be sent at least 2 weeks prior to the date of the postponed meeting unless a different period is required under the bylaws, laws or regulations.


Applicable laws

The Revised Corporation Code of the Philippines is the general law that governs corporations. However, there may be special laws and regulations, and issuances and memorandums issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission that may be applicable.


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