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(a) The circuit court of the county where a corporation's principal office is located or, if none, where its registered office is located, or if the corporation has no principal or registered office in this state, the circuit court satisfying the venue requirements found in section one, article one, chapter fifty-six of this code, may summarily order a meeting of the board of directors to be held: (1) On application of any director of the corporation if no meeting of the board of directors has been held for a period of twelve months or more; or (2) on application of a director who signed a demand for a special meeting valid under the bylaws if: (A) Notice of the special meeting was not given within thirty days after the date the demand was delivered to the corporation's secretary; or (B) the special meeting was not held in accordance with the notice.
(b) The circuit court may fix the time and place of the meeting, determine the directors entitled to participate in the meeting, prescribe the form and content of the meeting notice, fix the quorum required for specific matters to be considered at the meeting, or direct that the votes represented at the meeting constitute a quorum for action on those matters, and enter other orders necessary to accomplish the purpose or purposes of the meeting.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - West Virginia Code Chapter 31E. West Virginia Nonprofit Corporation Act § 31E-8-826. Court-ordered meeting of directors - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wv/chapter-31e-west-virginia-nonprofit-corporation-act/wv-code-sect-31e-8-826.html
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