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Texas Business Organizations Code - BUS ORG § 21.352. Special Meetings

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(a) A special meeting of the shareholders of a corporation may be called by:

(1) the president, the board of directors, or any other person authorized to call special meetings by the certificate of formation or bylaws of the corporation;  or

(2) the holders of the percentage of shares specified in the certificate of formation, not to exceed 50 percent of the shares entitled to vote or, if no percentage is specified, at least 10 percent of all of the shares of the corporation entitled to vote at the proposed special meeting.

(b) Unless stated in or set in accordance with the bylaws, the record date for determining which shareholders of the corporation are entitled to call a special meeting is the date the first shareholder signs the notice of that meeting.

(c) Other than procedural matters, the only business that may be conducted at a special meeting of the shareholders is business that is within the purposes described in the notice required by Section 21.353.

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