- 所有A的支票都必须由D或她的丈夫签署。 D或她的丈夫坚持拒绝共同签署支票。
- P and D were the only directors and shareholders of A company.
- The relationship between P and D had broken down due to legal suits filed by D, D’s mother in law and D’s husband against A.
- A engaged in several ongoing development projects which they need to pay contractors, subcontractors and suppliers in those projects.
- D instructed the subcontractors to stop work in those projects.
- All cheques of A had to be signed by D or her husband. D or her husband persistently refused to co-sign the cheques.
- P had been calling for board of directors meeting or members meeting or extra-extraordinary general meeting (‘EGM’) of the companies but D had persistently refused to attend the meetings.
- P prayed the court order a meeting to be called.
- D had refused or attempted to delay or frustrate any of the meetings called by P.
- If D was sincere and keen in the interests of A, there was no reason for her not to attend or to give excuses to avoid those meetings.
- P and D were the only directors and shareholders of A and the coram of two was as required by the article of association of the A to convene or conduct a meeting of A.
- With this deadlock, it was appropriate to order a meeting so that A which was ongoing could continue with their operations.
- The court ordered a meeting to be called, held and convened; whatever to be tabled and considered in the meeting is for the meeting of the members to consider and resolve.
 8 MLJ 569 High Court
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