(b) Except as otherwise provided in the instrument of incorporation or articles of association of a non-stock company, and subject to subsection (f) of this section, each member shall be entitled to one vote at each meeting of members in each matter put to a vote of the members. A member may exercise these voting rights in person or through a mandatary, but no voting representative may be voted after 3 years from his date, unless the mandatary provides for a longer period. 1. `shareholder` means a holder of shares in a public limited company or a person who is the beneficial owner of the shares of those shares held either in a trust with voting rights or by a nominee on behalf of that person. 3. If more than one vote, but the vote in a given case is distributed fairly, each political group may vote proportionally on the securities concerned, or any person voting on the shares, or a beneficiary, as the case may be, may apply to the Court of Chance or another court empowered to appoint an additional person: who negotiates with the persons who thus vote for the shares. which is then voted on by a tailor-made majority of these persons and by the person designated by the Court of Justice. If it follows from the document thus filed that such a lease is maintained in an unequal interest, a majority, or even a division, for the purposes of this subsection, is a majority, or even a division, in the interest. (2) For more than one vote, the act of the majority binds, so that the vote binds everyone; (c) where the directors in office on that date constitute less than a majority of the entire board of directors (in the version constituted just before such an increase) on that date, the registry may, at the request of one or all of the shareholders holding at least 10% of the voting shares at the time of the outstanding amount and able to vote for those directors; In summary, order an election to fill such newly created vacancies or board positions or to remove the directors elected by the directors in office at that time, the election being governed, where appropriate, by the provisions of paragraphs 211 or 215 of this Title. (1) determine the number of outstanding shares and the voting rights of each share; (c) an agreement between two or more shareholders, if signed in writing and signed by the parties, may provide that, in the exercise of voting rights, the shares they held shall be chosen in accordance with the provisions of the agreement or in the manner in which the parties may agree, or in accordance with a procedure agreed by the parties. (a) a shareholder or two or more shareholders may, by written agreement, store or transfer to that person or to any person, entity or voting entity the capital of an initial expenditure with one or more persons or one or more entities entitled to act as trustees; or representatives having the right to vote, the right to vote for any period fixed by such an agreement, under the conditions laid down in this Agreement.

The agreement may contain all other legal provisions that are not incompatible with this purpose. . . .