73. For the purposes of article 72
73.1. a general notice given to the Board that a member of the Board is to be regarded as
having an interest of the nature and extent specified in the notice in any transaction or
arrangement in which a specified person or class of persons is interested shall be deemed
to be a disclosure that the member of the Board has an interest in any such transaction of
the nature and extent so specified; and
73.2. an interest of which a member of the Board has no knowledge and of which it is
unreasonable to expect him to have knowledge shall not be treated as an interest of his.
74. The Board shall cause minutes to be made in books kept for the purpose:
74.1. of all appointments of officers made by the Board; and
74.2. of all proceedings at meetings of the Association, and of the Board, and of subcommittees
of the Board, including the names of the members of the Board present at
each such meeting.
75. The seal (if any) shall only be used by the authority of the Board or of a sub-committee of
the Board authorised by the Board. The Board may determine who shall sign any
instrument to which the seal is affixed and unless otherwise so determined it shall be
signed by two members of the Board
76. No Member shall (as such) have any right of inspecting any accounting records or other
book or document of the Association except as conferred by statute or authorised by the
Board or by ordinary resolution of the Association.
77. Any notice to be given to or by any person pursuant to the articles (other than a notice
calling a meeting of the Board) shall be in writing or shall be given using electronic
communications to an address for the time being notified for that purpose to the person
giving the notice.
In this regulation, “address”, in relation to electronic communications, includes any number
or address used for the purposes of such communications.
78. The Association may give any notice to a Member either personally or by sending it by
post in a prepaid envelope addressed to the Member at his registered address or by
leaving it at that address or by giving it using electronic communications to an address for
the time being notified to the Association by the Member. A Member whose registered
address is not within the United Kingdom and who gives to the Association an address
within the United Kingdom at which notices may be given to him, or an address to which
notices may be sent using electronic communications, shall be entitled to have notices
given to him at that address, but otherwise no such Member shall be entitled to receive
any notice from the Association.
In this regulation and the next, “address”, in relation to electronic communications,
includes any number or address used for the purposes of such communications.
79. A Member present, either in person or by proxy, at any meeting of the Association shall be
deemed to have received notice of the meeting and, where requisite, of the purposes for
which it was called.
80. Proof that an envelope containing a notice was properly addressed, prepaid and posted
shall be conclusive evidence that that the notice was given. Proof that a notice contained
in an electronic communication was sent in accordance with guidance issued by the
Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators shall be conclusive evidence that the
notice was given. A notice shall be deemed to be given at the expiration of 48 hours after
the envelope containing it was posted or, in the case of a notice contained in an electronic
communication, at the expiration of 48 hours after the time it was sent.