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  1. Recently, we had a AGM, where a Special resolution to review a Jucirary Council, was found defiffcient in wording, and didnt make it to the floor. (21 day notice) In that Same AGM meeting, the same resolution, was brought back to the floor as an "Ordinary resolution" the Question is: Is the Ordinary Resolution allowed without a 21 day notice, wince the CHAIR assisted the group fo people to correct the wording, and allowed it to be passed. Special Resolution (21 day Notice) Ordinary Resolution (NO 21 day notice required? or YES it is required)? Is there documentation to this.. please provide links. the chair allowed this to happen and infact assisted in making the appropriate changes ... I think this was dirty...
  2. If a Resolution has two or more "THEREFORE " statements how is it handled? For example, (1) Is each "Therefore": statement considered a "motion" in itself, that is, does each "Therefore" statement requires a separate vote? (2) .can two topics though related but significantly different be grouped under one (s) single "Therefore, be it resolved" I suspect "yes" to (1) and "no: to (2) but I would like to confirm as I am still in the "learning curve" regarding "RRO" and some of my colleagues have different views on both topics. Any reference to specific RRO section would be most appreciated. Thank you.
  3. Our group wants to amend our non-profit corporation's bylaws. However, both the governing legislation and our bylaws say that the members of the organization can only confirm or ratify changes passed by the board of directors. Member resolutions are considered "advisory." It would seem that our members are subordinate to the board - powerless!
  4. Need some help with new business. Can a resolution be offered and voted on in the new business section of an agenda? Or does a resolution need to be provided prior to a meeting?
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    Committee Resolutions

    Does a resolution/motion coming forward from a committee need a second?
  6. Rita Mauro


    Our Board revised the Bylaws last year to allow for additional seats to be opened (maximum of 25) in the incident they wanted to place a good candidate on the Board, prior to the Annual Meeting. This past year, one additional position was opened by Resolution the 21st position). The stated term of this position was one year. Some have the understanding that after the term ends, the 21st position is automatically closed, btu the Bylaws specifically states that the new position opened by Resolution must be filled at the next Annual Meeting. If the Board wishes to close the 21st position, doesn't that take another Resolution?
  7. In our Academic Senate, we've created Ad-Hoc committees by resolution a few times. Now we have an Ad-Hoc committee that wants to change it's name and the timeline set forth in the resolution that created it. My question is, once the resolution is passed, does the name, charge and membership of the Ad-Hoc committee become somehow separated from the resolution? Or is it still tied to that resolution and to change anything requires a specific RR motion? Many thanks, Laurel Holmstrom Sonoma State University