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Agreeing with JJ I would also point out that in extremely rare circumstances a motion could be ruled null and void without the normal timeliness requirement if the action taken is "in violation of applicable procedural rules prescribed by federal, state, or local law" (RONR p. 251[c]). However, you are probably just as likely to run across a four-leaf clover at the end of a supernumerary rainbow as to find a legitimate case of this occurring in one of your meetings (though I did see it happen in a meeting a few years back).

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