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  1. Guest

    Bylaws and Elections

    I am a member of a national club. Our members are all over the US. Our Bylaws state that a nominating committee is to be formed and announce their nominations on or before August 1st. Individuals can then petition to be on the ballot by August 24th. The bylaws go on to state "SECTION 3: Annual Election - The election of officers and delegate to The American Kennel Club (who may but need not be a director or officer of the Club) shall be conducted by secret ballot. Voting for candidates, if necessary, shall take place in September. The Secretary or an independent firm should send, receive and c
  2. Dear Forum, I am interested in the proper procedure for pursuing a motion of censure at the board meeting which *follows* the one in which statements (to the point of allegations) had been made. Under fire was business (actions) taken outside of board meetings. Some statements in the last board meeting fell short of outright allegations, as these were issued under a veil of multitudinous confusion (roughly "I cannothelp but think there must be some conflict of interest in the manner in which these directors have conducted themselves") yet despite other statements going so far as to contend imp
  3. A non profit membership organization is being sued by one of its members. Club has services of attorney. As the organization is small, many of the board members have had past 'business relationships' or transactions with the plaintiff. The attorney periodically briefs the BOD on status of litigation. BOD may be asked to approve various courses of action, and eventually possibly a settlement. Some members of the BOD believes they can pass a motion 'recusing' another member from being present at the attorney's briefing and that the motion would in some manner remove that member from any
  4. I belong to a private national club. I was brought up on charges by another member, and a diciplinary hearing was held. I have sent emails to various board members requesting a copy of the transcript or minutes, and have been told that the board decided the meeting was a closed meeting and no minutes were taken. Yet a professional transcriptionist was preent and I was asked to give copies of all my documentation to her to for inclusion in her transcript. She did type throughout the hearing and ask for clarification on the spelling of names. My question is how do I go about getting a copy of t
  5. If our bylaws provide that Robert's Rules of Order will apply to all meetings and business transactions not otherwise specified in the bylaws, can a disciplinary committee be created in the Rules and Regs but not in the bylaws that outlines procedures different than those specified in Robert's Rules. The bylaws do state that committees can be appointed by the board and their duties outlined in the Rules and Regs and later that Rules and Regs are not to conflict with any bylaws.
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    Executive Session

    Are members of a board of a club who participate in an executive session meeting held to a standard regarding the confidentiality of the discussion in executive session? If a board member reveals to an outside party details of a discussion held in executive session, what remedies are available to the board/organization?
  7. We are a chartered organization of a state organization that includes Congressional District organizations as well. We have a member that is a state committee member and by default of our bylaws, is a voting member of our local county committee. This member has conducted himself that under normal circumstances would have brought him before the county committee on the charge of "conduct detrimental to the party" with the result being removed from his position. However, he is a state committee member and our bylaws as set by the state must allow state committee members be voting members of ou
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