Ancora sui quorum deliberativi delle assemblee di seconda convocazione (con particolare riguardo alle s.r.l.)PDF
The article analyses two clauses inserted in the by-laws of a joint-stock company before the reform of the Italian company law (legislative decree no. 6 of January 17, 2003). Such clauses provide for the quorum for valid constitution and resolutions of the shareholders’ meetings, both ordinary and extraordinary, in first and second call. These clauses were void at the time of their insertion in the by-laws, especially referring to the aforementioned quorum for ordinary meetings in second call. The article is aimed at examinating if the same clauses are still void or have become valid in the light of the reform itself and, mainly, after the transformation of the joint-stock company in a limited liability company.