§ 50 Minority rights
(1) Shareholders whose shares together make up at least one tenth of the share capital are entitled to request that the meeting be convened, stating the purpose and the grounds therefor.
(2) In the same manner, the shareholders have the right to request that matters on which decisions are to be taken in the meeting be made known.
(3) If the request is not complied with or there is no person to whom the request can be directed, the shareholders referred to in subsection (1) may themselves convene the meeting or make the announcement by giving notification of the matter to be addressed. The meeting decides whether the company is to carry the costs arising.
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