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Assemblies do not alway follow the recommended phraseology or recommended practice of RONR. There is the 'slop' factor to consider. -- Ignorance of The Book. Q. How much leeway is there to the act of 'previous notice'? Worst Case Scenario: Assume an organization which meets monthly. (This scenario also can be applied to an assembly which meets weekly or daily, whenever the meetings are consecutive and at least as often as quarterly.) In the case of oral previous notice (not written previous notice), if the pro tem chair in the February meeting had missed the January meeting, and if the regular chair (who attended the January meeting) is not present in the February meeting, then how would the pro tem chair of February 'know' or 'be convinced' that oral previous notice was given in January, for a given motion? Q. What are the minimum factors which must be present for a pro tem chair to be reasonably certain that previous notice was given orally in the prior meeting?
Hello, I was hoping to get some advice about a written ballot for a coming board election. We have a person that has held a position and no longer wishes to, but insist that her name be placed on the ballot as incumbant. I do not understand why someone who is NOT running again should have their name on the ballot. I made the ballot to say Open Seat. Is there a proper way per the rules. I would love something to quote as none of us are sad to see her go if you know what I mean. Thank you, Abigail