Observing corporate formalities is important for maintenance of the corporate form; however, in some circumstances, the observation of these formalities can border on the absurd. This article tackles one such situation with potential for absurdity: does a sole shareholder need to send notice of the shareholders' annual meeting to him/herself? The article sets forth two means by which such a shareholder can avoid the hassle and silliness of this requirement while still observing corporate formalities.
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Should I Send Myself Notice of Annual Meetings?