Marginal note:Right to attend meetings
320 (1) The auditor or auditors of a bank are entitled to receive notice of every meeting of shareholders and, if the bank is a federal credit union, every meeting of its members and, at the expense of the bank, to attend and be heard at the meeting on matters relating to the duties of the auditor or auditors.
Marginal note:Duty to attend meeting
(2) If a director, shareholder or member of a bank, whether or not that person is entitled to vote at the meeting, gives written notice, not less than 10 days before the meeting, to an auditor or former auditor of the bank that the director, member or shareholder wishes the auditor’s attendance at the meeting, the auditor or former auditor must attend the meeting, at the expense of the bank, and answer questions relating to the auditor’s or former auditor’s duties as auditor.
Marginal note:Notice to bank
(3) The person who gives notice under subsection (2) must send concurrently a copy of the notice to the bank and the bank must, without delay, send a copy of it to the Superintendent.
Marginal note:Superintendent may attend
(4) The Superintendent may attend and be heard at any meeting referred to in subsection (2).
- 1991, c. 46, s. 320
- 2010, c. 12, s. 2026
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