What are my voting rights in my OMC?
– The OMC has a constitution as a business. A company’s constitution was known as the Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association, or simply “the Memo and Arts,” before the 2014 revisions to the Company Law.
– The constitution lays out the rules that govern the operation of the OMC, such as director selection, member voting rights, and the holding of company meetings.
– Although the content of individual OMC constitutions may vary, they must all adhere to Company Law. In Ireland, the Companies Act of 2014 is the primary source of company law.
– The constitution of the OMC is a public document.