||Title:||Communications Authority Ordinance||Gazette Number:||E.R. 2 of 2012|
|Section:||11||Heading:||Transaction of business by circulation of papers||Version Date:||02/08/2012|
(1) Subject to section 14, the Authority may transact any business by the circulation of papers among its members.
(2) A resolution in writing and signed by a majority of the members of the Authority for the time being in office (one of whom is the chairperson, vice-chairperson or Director-General) is as valid and effectual as if it had been passed at a meeting of the Authority convened and conducted in accordance with section 10.
(3) For the purpose of subsection (2), a resolution to which that subsection applies may be¡X
(a) in the form of one document; or
(4) If a resolution is in the form of more than one document as described in subsection (3)(b), the requirement under subsection (2) is satisfied if the documents together bear the signatures of the majority of the members of the Authority for the time being in office as provided in subsection (2).
(b) in the form of more than one document, each in the same form and signed by one or more members of the Authority.
(5) For the purposes of subsections (2), (3) and (4)¡X
(a) a document is taken to have been signed by a member of the Authority if a facsimile or electronic transmission of a document bears the signature of the member; and
(6) A reference to the circulation of papers in this section and sections 12 and 14 includes the circulation of information by electronic means, and the reference to papers in those sections is to be construed accordingly.
(b) a resolution to which subsection (2) applies is taken to be made on the date on which the resolution is signed by the last person forming the majority for the purpose of that subsection.