A company wishes to remove its auditor from office before the next annual general meeting.Discuss

• Special notice of the intended resolution must be given to the company.
• The company must send a copy thereof to the auditor.
• The auditor is entitled to make written representations as his defence.
• An extra-ordinary general meeting must be summoned. A special notice of the intended resolution must be sent to all members. If the auditor has made representations members must be notified and copies must be enclosed unless received too late.
• If copies are not enclosed due to lateness or default the company the auditor is entitled to have them read out at the meeting.
• An auditor can only be removed from office if a general meeting passes an ordinary resolution to that effect.

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