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Guest posted a topic in General DiscussionHello, I have searched for the answer to my question and have come up empty handed. I am curious if the Chairman of a Representative Assembly has the right to revoke an elected representative member's voting rights? Are there certain circumstances where the Chair would be allowed to revoke voting rights? Currently, the issue I am having is with my peers using their personal/private social networking pages and expressing their opinions of other members (not by name or in an insulting fashion), and subsequently our Chairman is threatening to revoke voting rights and even pressuring members to resign. This does not seem possible, but I would appreciate an interpretation. Thank you!
A national group, seeking a $30 dues increase, has said that it may suspend the in-person, 270-member Assembly next year if it doesn't get the increase. Its law firm says this is permissible under New York State law which "trumps" anything in the New York-based group's bylaws. Members are complaining that this could greatly damage the group. Does Robert's allow this?