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  1. Hi! I am looking for the proper way to handle a complicated committee. I'll start with saying that this organization has not had a good history of thorough documentation. There are not many published minutes, and I will be asked some questions (since I'm on the current board and handling member communications). Here's the background: -Sometime in 2016, a special committee was formed. I cannot locate documentation of the date or meeting when this happened. -There were a few updates from this committee to the board as documented in meeting minutes in 2016, but nothing since Sept.
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    Ballot to Dissolve

    I am the incorporator and founder of our guild which was established 8 years ago. Our bylaws require Ballots to be sent out and members allowed 30 days to vote. The deadline is specified on the ballot. The bylaws also allow 10% of the membership to request amendments to the bylaws by written request. A group of members wanting to kill our guild showed up at a regular meeting and without prior notice made a motion dissolve the guild. They passed out pieces of paper for the members in attendance to vote whether they want to put out a ballot to dissolve the guild. 10% of our
  3. My wife is a long-time member of a non-profit recreational organization. The current by-laws state on dissolution the assets, after debt is paid up, are to be distributed to non-profits engaged in similar activities. A change is being proposed where on dissolution the assets will be distributed in the following way--5% to a similar non-profit and the balance (95%) to the membership who have been members for more than 10 years. I've looked at about 5 or 6 different on-line sites about this topic (federal and state) and it doesn't appear that this can be done. Appreciate any thoughts and comm
  4. I have been called in to consult on an independent church that is dissolving after 105 years and merging with another similar church in the city. When they first incorporated, state law did not require a dissolution article in the bylaws, so none was added. RONR11 is vague on the topic, other than saying to follow state laws regarding the dissolution. The church is consulting with an attorney regarding the assets, liabilities, etc. State laws say that the body of the corporation (as a non-stockholding corporation) must vote on the dissolution. My questions: 1) Would this be a
  5. unfolding of events in chronological order for your perusal.. * 303 Members Signed for an SGM to declare the Election as null and void due to the various discrepancy found during the Election Process and the same was submitted in Office * 8 Executive Members gave their resignation to the Elected President . The Elected President along with Vice President, Treasurer and 8 Executive Members submitted their Resignation to the Immediate Past President giving a letter informing that the Elected Executive Committee has been dissolved as per constitution clouse 12(ix)a,b, and c
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