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Britannia Building Society rejects Hardern motion

Britannia Building Society has rejected carpetbagger Michael Hardern&#39s conversion resolution.


It says the resolution breaks a 25-year-old ruling preventing individuals interfering with the directors&#39 right to manage the affairs of the society.


But Hardern will be allowed to stand for election to the board at the AGM on April 29.

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