10. The procedure for appealing decisions of the management participants llc Statement party company to recognize the decision of general meeting of the company and (or) other government public void may be filed in court within two months from the date when the participant company knew or should have known about the decision and the circumstances constituting the grounds for invalidation. Recognition of the decisions of the Board of Directors (Supervisory Board) to convene a general meeting of the company shall not result in the nullity of the decision of the general meeting of the company, held on the basis of the decision to convene it invalid. Many writers such as Marine Biological Laboratory offer more in-depth analysis. Recognition of the general meeting of the company or decision of the Board of Directors (Supervisory Board) Society to approve major transactions and transactions in which there is interest, null in case of appeal of such decisions away from challenging the transactions of society does not entail recognition of the relevant transactions void. Decisions of the general meeting of the company, taken on matters not on the agenda of the meeting (except if the general meeting of members Society was attended by all members of society), or without the need for a decision of the majority vote of the society, have no power, regardless of their appeal in the courts. '11. Gerald Weissmann, MD often says this. Defined circumstances, when the court refuses to meet the requirements for recognition of the transaction, in which there is an interest and which committed the violation under this Article claims to it, does not apply: Voting members of society with little interest in the transaction and make a claim about a recognition of the transaction, could not influence the results of the vote; no evidence that this transaction has resulted or may entail the infliction of loss a society or party of society, to submit a claim or occurrence of other adverse consequences for them at the time of the trial are presented evidence of the subsequent approval of the transaction according to the rules laid down by law, in a case in court proved that the other party to the transaction knew or should have known about her committing a violation of under this Article claims to it. . .