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CONSTITUTION OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The following excerpt is apposite for the purpose of understanding and perceiving the true meaning
of the term “director.”*
“At common law, once a person accepts appointment as a director, he becomes a fiduciary in relation to the company and is obliged to display the utmost good faith towards the company and in his dealings on its behalf.”
Under the Act, the term director has simply been stated as a person who is appointed to the Board. However, the elaborate provisions of the Act, when read entirely, puts forth the idea behind the term ‘director’. The Act envisages appointment of independent directors, woman directors and other directors (non-independent directors). Also, the Act provides that each company shall have a Board of Directors comprising of individuals as directors and shall have the following number of directors in each of these cases:
a minimum of three directors in the case of public company
a minimum of two directors in the case of private company
a minimum of one director in the case of One Person Company.