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I am a 'member' of a fraternal 501c3, formed in 1960, there are no signed, dated, sealed bylaws in existence. The document they use is undated, unsigned, multi font, with no page numbers. The process for amendments in that document is: "ARTICLE X - AMENDMENTS TO BYLAWS; SECTION 1. Amendment Process. Alterations or amendments to, or the repeal of the existing By-Laws or the adoption of new By-Laws may be considered at any Annual or Special Meeting of the Members of the Foundation and become effective if two-thirds (2/3) of the Members at such meeting, either present in person or represented by
We will have before us at the next meeting both a motion to rescind and a motion to amend, on the same previous decision. The motion to amend is in the board packet, while the motion to rescind has only been circulated by email. I understand that the motion to amend can pass with a simple majority while the motion to rescind will require a 2/3 majority. But does one motion take precedence over the other?