Can a company director sell the company without consent of other directors?
Typically, no. But it would depend on the laws of the state, the type of company, and the specific by- laws.
There is silent (or sleeping) director and there is shadow director. I'll give an example for each. Silent directors do not participate in the business much, and usually do not know a whole lot about what's going on. When other directors are negligent or breach their fiduciary duties, silent directors claim that because they were not concerned with the nature of the business and because they did not know what the other directors were doing…
Interesting question. The executor does have an obligation to protect assets including property until the provisions of the will are carried out. Necessary repairs would constitute protection. This is a little like the obligations of a member of a board of directors. The directors must attend board meetings and carry out such duties as are included in their appointment to the board. But a given director can be a totally incompetent bunghole and not be…
It depends what you mean by 'director'. Keep in mind that most of what you see on television is also filmed, and tv actually has more oppotunities for directors. And don't forget about local telelvsion where you can earn your way to director with or without a degree. But to be a major film director the best way is to earn a degree.
Since we have a Management Company which handles all matters regarding the Condo Association could our community function without a Board of Directors?
Can a company shareholder sell his share of a company without the consent of the other shareholders?
Can a mother who has joint physical custody of her son pierce his ears without the consent of the father?
If the father has legal custody, no. Not without his consent. If she has joint legal custody, no. Not without his consent. If she has sole legal custody, yes. If the father has legal custody, no. Not without his consent. If she has joint legal custody, no. Not without his consent. If she has sole legal custody, yes. If the father has legal custody, no. Not without his consent. If she has joint legal custody…
No, a company who wants to make a loan is not allowed to pull your credit without your consent. If you've filled out an application form or provided your information to the bank, in the interest of obtaining a loan they have every right (and if in writing, your consent) to do a credit check to view your history.
If the teenager is added to the parents' insurance, then consent is automatic as it is the parents who make the arrangement. As to whether a teenager can buy his or her own policy without parental consent, that may vary from company to company and state to state. Is is best to check with an independent insurance agent who is authorized to speak for several different companies, and will know any applicable state regulations.
Can a company deduct from my companies earnings to clear money my company owes them without consent?
Can someone of the age of 18 have siblings and or cousins who are minors legally live with them with or without consent of their guardians?
Yes. They have the right to do that. They are the one who is giving you the credit in the first place. Not only can they do that but they can also take away all your credit and close your account for no reason at all if they choose too and they can also sell your account to another company without your permission just because they want too. But they have to notify you that…