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We had two members (of a 9 member volunteer resident council) expedite the adoption of major revisions/amendments to our by-laws before some of the Council members fully understood the implications. At a regularly scheduled Council meeting, a majority of the Council approved posting the revisions for comment. After the two-week posting period, the Chair called a special meeting to ratify/approve the by-laws. At the special meeting there were 6 council members present (3 absent) and the vote was 4 yes for ratification and 2 abstain. Because the yes vote was a majority of those present,
At our recent convention, delegates approved changes to the constitution, elected officers and then adjourned. Later, someone suggested that because the changes were not presented as a committee report and the report not adopted, the changes are invalid. Thoughts anyone?