Charter Amendment Limitation

Charter Amendment Limitation

A restriction on the process of amending the charter of a publicly-traded company. Examples of charter amendment limitations include requirements for a supermajority of shareholders to agree or a provision rendering certain parts of the charter unamendable. Charter amendment limitations can be part of an anti-takeover measure and are governed by state law. See also: Bylaw amendment limitations.
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