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Notice of Motion

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When proposed amendments are required to be submitted in writing as a "Notice of Motion" at least 50 days in advance of the scheduled meeting, is a seconder of the motion required on the notice? Is a seconder required at the meeting to bring the motion to the floor before debate may proceed?

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In the order in which you asked - no, a seconder is not required for a notice of motion to be given; and - yes, in general, a motion requires a second before the chair places it before the assembly. An exception to this requirement is in a meeting using the 'small board' rules ( no more than about a dozen members present), where seconds are not required.

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