State the Rule in Sharp-vs-Dawes and explain the exceptions to this rule?

This case is authority for the proposition that one person cannot constitute a meeting.
• However, in law one person can constitute a meeting. These are exceptions to the rule in Sharp V. Dawes (1876)
• Directors meeting in the case of a private company with a single director.
• Class meeting in the case of a company with different classes of shares.
• Creditors meeting if only one creditor has proved his debt.
• Adjourned meeting.
• Annual general meeting convened or in accordance with the registrars directions.
• Meeting convened pursuant to a court order.

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