Hieu H. Huynh

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  1. Unless your bylaws specifically provide otherwise, the first vice president automatically becomes president when there's a vacancy in that position.
  2. The body that is meeting approves the minutes.
  3. It may be worth mentioning that guests cannot see the signatures.
  4. At the time the second motion was made, a point of order could have been raised. It is too late to raise a point of order now. The adopted motion could be rescinded or amended.
  5. A 4-3 vote is a majority vote.
  6. What is meant by "over rule"? More details may be helpful.
  7. Absentee voting is prohibited unless authorized in the bylaws.
  8. "An election to an office becomes final immediately if the candidate is present and does not decline, or if he is absent but has consented to his candidacy. If he is absent and has not consented to his candidacy, the election becomes final when he is notified of his election, provided that he does not immediately decline. If he does decline, the election is incomplete, and another vote can be taken immediately or at the next meeting without further notice." RONR 11th ed., p. 444, ll. 18-25.
  9. The chair should ask for the affirmative votes followed by the negative votes.
  10. How was it contrary to board bylaws?
  11. See RONR 11th ed., p. 110.
  12. Yes, see RONR 11th ed., p. 299, ll. 4-8.
  13. At a membership meeting, the members control the meeting and not the board. If not specified in the bylaws, a quorum would be a majority of the members.
  14. The minutes should simply say, "The motion was adopted."