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A second or deciding vote. It is common practice to give the chairman of a meeting a second vote to be used to resolve a deadlock. In the case of a company meeting, the chairman is generally given this right by the articles of association, but has no common-law right to a casting vote.

Subjects: Financial Institutions and Services.

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