361. Records As Evidence Of Resolutions Etc
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(1) This section applies to the records kept in accordance with section 360 (records of resolutions and meetings etc).
(2) The record of a resolution passed otherwise than at a general meeting, if purporting to be signed by a director of the company or by the company secretary, is evidence of the passing of the resolution.
(3) Where there is a record of a written resolution of a private company, the requirements of these Regulations with respect to the passing of the resolution are deemed to be complied with unless the contrary is proved.
(4) The minutes of proceedings of a general meeting, if purporting to be signed by the chairman of that meeting or by the chairman of the next general meeting, are evidence of the proceedings at the meeting.
(5) Where there is a record of proceedings of a general meeting of a company, then until the contrary is proved–
(a) the meeting is deemed duly held and convened,
(b) all proceedings at the meeting are deemed to have duly taken place, and
(c) all appointments at the meeting are deemed valid.