One-share-one-vote rule(redirected from One Share One Vote Rule)
The principle that all shareholders should have equal voting rights in public companies and each shareholder should have one vote.
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A rule in which each common share in a publicly-traded company represents one vote at meetings of shareholders. That is, two persons each holding one share have one vote each. However, one person who holds two shares has two votes. Nearly all publicly-traded companies follow the one-share-one-vote rule.
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