In Nevada, the following actions require shareholder approval in the manner designated by the corporation’s governing documents or by a majority of shares if the documents are silent on the issue. The acts are required by Nevada’s corporate statutes linked below:
- Amending the corporation’s articles of incorporation;
- Election of directors;
- Removal of a director;
- Granting voting rights to “control shares” acquired by an “acquiring person” under the “acquisition of controlling interest” statutes;
- Merger, conversion, or exchange;
- The sale of all of the corporation’s property and assets; and
- Dissolution of the corporation.