330. Accidental failure to give notice of resolution or meeting

(1) Where a company gives notice of—
(a) a general meeting, or
(b) a resolution intended to be moved at a general meeting,
any accidental failure to give notice to one or more persons shall be disregarded for the purpose of determining whether notice of the meeting or resolution (as the case may be) is duly given.
(2) Except in relation to notice given under—
(a) section 321 (directors' duty to call meetings required by members),
(b) section 322 (power of members to call meeting at company's expense), or
(c) section 358 (public companies: company's duty to circulate members' resolutions for AGMs),
subsection (1) has effect subject to any provision of the company's articles.