Roger Hicks on Wed, 20 Jun 2007 14:30:40 -0700 (MST)

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Re: [s-d] New Player - Primo

> Hmm... an interesting quandry...
> Since the CEO is requesting that the corporation join, E is speaking
> for the corp. In order for the CEO to speak for the corp, E must have
> had a corporate vote that passed for whatever E wishes to say or do.
> We could make ourselves a nuisance by requiring that any post made by
> groups contain a record of the votes for and/or against that
> particular message being sent. As in, individual emails or messages.
> With a CC sent to eir equivalent of a public forum.
> I will try writing this up later today.
> --
> Zach
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Primo Corporation is a transparent company, and in an effort to
maintain the upmost ethics, it does not make any effort to conceal its
internal workings. Anyone is welcome to subscribe to the Corporate
Forum and observe the daily operation of Primo Corp.

The charter that governs Primo Corporation can be found here:

The Shareholders implicitly allow Officers of Primo Corp to take
certain actions on their behalf  without a vote as specified in the
sections of the charter that govern each office. In additon, section
25 of the charter allows the CEO (myself) to take Rule-tag actions and
press/stop the corporation's panic button without a vote.

Any other action taken by Primo Corporation does indeed require a vote
of the shareholders. Issue #11, which permitted me to register the
corporation as a player of B Noimc, is summarized in the VPSA report
located here:

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