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(1) In this section: "claimant" means a person who alleges that he or she has a right of action against an uninsured motorist for damages arising from bodily injury to or the death of a person, or loss of or damage to property, caused by or arising out of the use or operation of a motor vehicle, but does not include a person who is entitled to bring an action against the corporation under section 24; "motor vehicle" includes a trailer, but does not include (a) a motor vehicle or trailer in respect of which there exists proof of financial responsibility given in the manner provided for by sections 106 to 113 of the , or (b) a motor vehicle or trailer owned by, or by an agent of, the Crown in right of any other province or of Canada; "owner", in relation to a motor vehicle, includes a lessee; "uninsured motor vehicle" means a motor vehicle used or operated or owned by an uninsured motorist; "uninsured motorist" means a person who uses or operates a motor vehicle on a highway in British Columbia when he or she is not insured under third party liability insurance coverage that provides indemnity in a prescribed amount, not less than 0 000, against liability imposed by law arising from bodily injury to or the death of a person, or loss of or damage to property, caused by or arising out of the use or operation of a motor vehicle, and includes the owner of a motor vehicle that is used or operated on a highway in British Columbia when the owner is not so insured.(2) A claimant may apply to the corporation, in the prescribed form, for payment of the damages to which he or she claims to be entitled.In addition to such regular meeting, the Board of Directors shall have the power to fix by resolution the place, date and time of other regular meetings of the Board of Directors. The presiding officer of the meeting may, in his or her sole discretion, declare invalid or refuse to acknowledge any nomination not made in compliance with the foregoing procedure. Subject to Article SIXTH of the Articles of Incorporation, the Board of Directors may create the positions of, define the powers and duties of and elect as additional officers one or more Vice Chairmen, one or more Vice Presidents, and one or more other officers or assistant officers.Any number of offices may be held by the same person. Each officer of the Corporation shall hold office until his successor is selected and qualified or until his earlier death, resignation or removal. Unless otherwise determined by the Board of Directors, the Secretary shall be responsible for the keeping of the minutes of all meetings of the shareholders, the Board of Directors, and all committees of the Board, in books provided for that purpose, and for the giving and serving of all notices for the Corporation.Attendance of a person at any meeting shall constitute a waiver of notice of the meeting except where a person attends a meeting for the express purpose of objecting, at the beginning of the meeting, to the transaction of any business because the meeting was not lawfully called or convened. Notwithstanding any other provision of these By-Laws, no repeal or amendment of these By-Laws shall affect any or all of this Article so as either to reduce or limit indemnification or the advancement of expenses in any manner unless adopted by (a) the unanimous vote of the Directors of the Corporation then serving, or (b) the affirmative vote of shareholders entitled to cast at least eighty percent (80%) of the votes that all shareholders are entitled to cast in the election of Directors; that in the case of any change which: (a) limits the indemnification rights or the rights to advancement of expenses which the Corporation may provide, the rights to indemnification and to the advancement of expenses provided in this Article shall continue as theretofore to the extent permitted by law; and (b) permits the Corporation, without the requirement of any further action by shareholders or Directors, to provide broader indemnification rights or rights to the advancement of expenses than the Corporation was permitted to provide prior to such change, then the rights to indemnification and the advancement of expenses shall be so broadened to the extent permitted by law. If the Board of Directors shall fail to do so, the Chief Executive Officer shall fix the fiscal year. In the event of any conflict between the provisions of these By-Laws and the provisions of the Articles of Incorporation, including, but not limited to, Article SIXTH of the Articles of Incorporation, the provisions of the Articles of Incorporation shall govern and control. The provisions of these By-Laws are independent of and separable from each other, and no provision shall be affected or rendered invalid or unenforceable by virtue of the fact that for any reason any other or others of them may be invalid or unenforceable in whole or in part. Any determination involving interpretation or application of these By-Laws made in good faith by the Board of Directors shall be final, binding and conclusive on all parties in interest.(1) In this Act: "applicant" means a person who applies for insurance; "certificate" means a certificate of universal compulsory vehicle insurance issued under Part 1 or the regulations under that Part; "commission" means the British Columbia Utilities Commission continued under section 2 of the ; "coverage" means the right conferred on a person by this Act, the plan or an optional insurance contract to be indemnified against liability for, or compensated for, death, bodily injury, loss or damages; "insurance" means the undertaking by one person to indemnify another person against loss or liability for loss in respect of a certain risk or peril to which the object of the insurance may be exposed, or to pay a sum of money or other thing of value on the happening of a certain event; "insurance money" means the amount payable by an insurer under the plan or an optional insurance contract; "insurer" means (a) the corporation, or (b) the person who undertakes, agrees or offers to provide insurance under an optional insurance contract; "leased motor vehicle" means a motor vehicle leased or rented to a lessee under an agreement in writing and in the ordinary course of the owner's or lessor's business; "lessee" has the same meaning as in section 86 (3) of the authorizing the holder of a licence of a designated class to drive or operate a vehicle of the category designated for that class, and includes a learner's licence, and (b) in relation to a vehicle, means a licence or permit issued in respect of a vehicle under the ; "optional insurance contract" means a contract of vehicle insurance other than vehicle insurance provided under the plan, and includes (a) a binding oral agreement, and (b) a contract that provides insurance for a vehicle for which, or for the use or operation of which, a permit or licence is not required under the ; "owner's certificate" means a certificate issued to an owner under the plan; "plan" means the plan of universal compulsory vehicle insurance referred to in section 2 and operated by the corporation under Part 1 and the regulations under that Part; "policy" means the instrument evidencing an optional insurance contract and includes an interim receipt, a renewal receipt or a binder, or writing evidencing the contract, whether sealed or not; "premium" means money paid or to be paid by an insured or by an applicant for insurance to an insurer for the issue of a certificate or policy; "superintendent" means the superintendent under the ; "third party liability insurance coverage" means insurance against liability arising out of (a) bodily injury to or the death of a person, or (b) loss of or damage to property, caused by a vehicle or the use or operation of a vehicle; "trailer" means a trailer as defined in the ; "universal compulsory vehicle insurance" means universal compulsory vehicle insurance provided under the plan; "vehicle" means motor vehicle or trailer; "vehicle insurance" means insurance (a) against liability arising out of (i) bodily injury to or the death of a person, or (ii) loss of or damage to property, caused by a vehicle or the use or operation of a vehicle, (b) against loss of or damage to a vehicle or the loss of use of a vehicle, or (c) against loss arising from bodily injury or death of an insured caused only by (i) a vehicle, or (ii) the use or operation of a vehicle, but does not include (d) insurance relating to (i) a vehicle for which, or for the use or operation of which, a permit or licence is not required under the unless the contract of insurance provides that this Act applies, or (ii) any operation, use or loss of use of a vehicle excluded by regulation, (e) reinsurance undertaken by one insurer for liability for loss or damage assumed by another insurer, (f) insurance only against one or more of the following: (i) loss of or damage to a vehicle while in or on described premises; (ii) loss of or damage to property carried in or on a vehicle; (iii) liability for loss of or damage to property carried in or on a vehicle, or (g) insurance solely of the interest of a person who has a lien on, or has as security legal title to, a vehicle and who does not have possession of the vehicle; "vehicle liability policy" means a certificate or a policy evidencing insurance against liability arising out of (a) bodily injury to or the death of a person, or (b) loss of or damage to property, caused by a vehicle or the use or operation of a vehicle.
The Treasurer shall give such bond, if any, for the faithful performance of the duties of such office as shall be required by the Board of Directors. Vice Chairmen, Executive Vice Presidents, Senior Vice Presidents and Vice Presidents may be designated by the Board of Directors as having responsibility for a specific area of the Corporation’s affairs, in which event such Vice Chairmen, Executive Vice Presidents, Senior Vice Presidents or Vice Presidents shall be superior to the other Vice Chairmen, Executive Vice Presidents, Senior Vice Presidents or Vice Presidents, respectively, in relation to matters within his or her area. The registered office of the Comcast Corporation (the “Corporation”) shall be located within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at such place as the Board of Directors (hereinafter referred to as the “Board of Directors” or the “Board”) shall determine from time to time. If no such geographic location is so fixed by the Board of Directors or the Board of Directors does not determine to hold a meeting by means of electronic technology (as provided in the next sentence) rather than at a geographic location, meetings of the shareholders shall be held at the executive office of the Corporation. Special meetings of the shareholders may be called at any time by the Board of Directors. Nominations for the election of Directors may be made only (A) by the Board of Directors, (B) pursuant to this Section 3.10 by any shareholder of record entitled to vote in the election of Directors generally at the record date of the meeting and also on the date of the meeting at which Directors are to be elected or (C) by way of proxy access in accordance with Section 3.11. Meetings of shareholders may be held at such geographic locations, within or without the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as may be fixed from time to time by the Board of Directors.(1) [Repealed 2003-94-13.] (2) If a forfeiture under section 75 would appear inequitable, the corporation may relieve a person affected by it from the forfeiture of all or any insurance money.(3) The corporation must relieve an insured from a forfeiture of the benefits under section 75 that it considers equitable if, as a result of an accident, the insured dies or suffers a loss of function of mind or body that renders the insured permanently incapable of engaging in any occupation for wages or profit.