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As a sitting member on a local chapter's Board of Directors, I have a question. In an attempt to recruit non-members to join the local chapter, is it permissible to invite a non-member to attend a Board meeting, yet sit off to the side? They're a member of the state association, but we're trying to increase our membership to the local chapter of the state association. Hope that makes sense. Thanks.
Our Condo Board of Managers meets monthly. The meeting is attended by all board members and also the Board's attorney. The attorney occasionally speaks on issues, legal and non-legal. She does not have voting rights. The by-laws do not specifically provide that the attorney has a right to be there and we have never voted on the matter. I am wondering if RONR provides limitations on this attorney to speak at the meeting. Have we waived any right to exclude or prevent the attorney from speaking? Could they be classified as an Ex Officio member since they are technically appointed by the b
Let me start by saying I am new at this but here is my story. Our organization has 2 BOD Exec board handles the money and the legal end of the org and the Youth board does playing rules league organization and disiplenary action. The Exec Pres does not sit on the youth board comes to all the meeetings to report and interfere. The Youth board Pres does sit on the Exec board with a vote. At the last Youth board meeting the Exec Pres after the vote had started 3 people had voted and challenged 2 members and claimed they could not vote because they had conflicting intrest in the vote. Both member