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Outsiders Sending Letters to Board of Directors


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Nothing directly. But as the Secretary (or the Correspondence Secretary) is responsible for correspondence and keeping hold of records that others have not been made responsible to maintain, then I would assume that RONR indirectly would require letters to be sent to the Secretary.

Although, in practise, the letter should be sent to the Board as a whole and to the "address of record" or central address for the organization.

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Nothing directly. But as the Secretary (or the Correspondence Secretary) is responsible for correspondence and keeping hold of records that others have not been made responsible to maintain, then I would assume that RONR indirectly would require letters to be sent to the Secretary.

I don't think I would go so far as to say that RONR requires letters to be sent to the Secretary (except in a few cases, such as resignation letters).

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I don't think I would go so far as to say that RONR requires letters to be sent to the Secretary (except in a few cases, such as resignation letters).

Neither would I. Any such requirement would be meaningless, as RONR does not control the activities of non-members outside a meeting.

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