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Rob Burnfield

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  1. Thank you for your thoughtful and clear answers, along with the references to RONR. I've read parts of the book, but I hadn't previously managed to read all of the references that you had provided. In addition, your answers provided very useful connecting threads that helped clarify it in my mind. Thank you also for correcting my terminology for the adjourned meeting. Separately, we do provide for Special General Meetings: Special General Meetings (SGM) to amend the Constitution and/or Bylaws require a petition by at least 10% of the membership; SGMs for all other purposes require
  2. Our bylaws require five-weeks notification for an AGM. We don't cover the case of an adjourned meeting, so we're falling back to the original notification period. The adjourned meeting is scheduled for six weeks following the original.
  3. During our AGM (a.k.a. AGM1), we lost quorum during the discussion of the third of our list of proposed amendments to our bylaws. Our bylaws lock amendment proposals two+ weeks before the AGM (see below). For the continuation of the AGM, do we continue only with the original list of proposed bylaw amendments locked prior to AGM1, or can we invite members to submit new or modified amendment proposals in accordance with our bylaws, as they had done prior to AGM1? (Our bylaws were updated to reflect the status of the two amendment proposals that were voted upon.) Our bylaws requir
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