There is a common and a convenient rule of one vote - one share practised by most of the companies. This rule is generally referred to as voting rights on ordinary shares. However, when there is a requirement to deviate
Background The term differential rights with respect to shares can be interpreted to mean the existence of rights different in nature than the rights that are inherently associated with ordinary shares. The holder of these shares has rights which are
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