A member’s resolution is the formal way that decisions made in members meetings are noted and then filed in the company’s register.
There are two types of member’s resolution, as some decisions require more of a majority in the members than others to pass. Ordinary resolutions require only a 50% majority in order to pass the decision they are noting. Special resolutions are needed in instances such as changing the company’s name, winding up the company and changing your company type. Special resolutions require at least 75% of the vote cast to be in favour of the decisions being made.