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of stockholders (shareholders) varies in proportion to their shareholdings. Typically, ten
and below stockholding provides no
. Fifteen percent stockholding may give the power to petition courts against changing the shares'
rights. Up to 49.9 percent stockholding normally gives power to
calling of an
extraordinary general meeting
. Fifty percent and over stockholding gives power to
stockholders by acquiring their shares as per the rules of the firm.
of 75 percent of the
has the power to
memorandum of association
and the firm's name, reduce the
, allow the firm to buy its own shares from other stockholders, and to shut down the
One hundred percent stockholding of course gives total power under the
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