UWC

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AcronymDefinition
UWCUnited World Colleges (international college network)
UWCUniversity of the Western Cape (RSA)
UWCUniversity Writing Center
UWCUniversity of Wisconsin Colleges
UWCUltimate Warrior Challenge (mixed martial arts cage fighting)
UWCUniversal Wireless Communications
UWCUnanimous Written Consent
UWCUlster Workers Council
UWCUnited World Chart (popular music ranking)
UWCUniversal Wireless Consortium
UWCUniversity of Wales, Cardiff (institution of higher education in Cardiff, Wales, UK)
UWCUniversity Writing Committee (various locations)
UWCUrban Water Council
UWCUrban Water Cycle
UWCUnited Workers Congress
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The Board of Directors may amend or repeal these By-Laws at any meeting of the Board of Directors, at which a quorum is present, by a vote of a majority of the Directors present or by unanimous written consent of the Board of Directors.
Unanimous written consent. This format is generally permitted for directors in lieu of a physical meeting, but requires that all of the directors approve and sign a written resolution.
The compensation committee held three meetings and took five actions by unanimous written consent. It has targeted total compensation packages to fall between the 50th and 75th percentile of peer companies.
With respect to transferability, each member's interest was transferable only with the unanimous written consent of remaining members.
Free transferability of interests generally is avoided by the LLC statute requiring unanimous written consent of all members before a new LLC member may be admitted.
The Board of Directors may amend or(/) repeal these By-Laws at any meeting of the Board of Directors, at which a quorum is present, by a vote of a majority of the Directors present or by unanimous written consent of the Board of Directors.
A board meeting conducted using only e-mail or an e-mail list format in which directors are allowed a period of several days to respond on an issue is not likely to satisfy the definition of a "meeting." Where board action without a meeting is to be taken, most states require unanimous written consent. Such consent could be evidenced by electronic means if the organization were able to authenticate the validity of respondents' electronic signatures.