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Amending an already passed resolution


Guest Duane Eaton

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At it's last meeting the Board of Directors approved a resolution outlining specific conditions that must be met in order to move forward with consideration of a merger with another organization. The task force charged with following these conditions wants to come back to the Board to ask that the resolution be amended to accommodate negotiation that was necessary to keep the merger discussions alive. Since the original resolution stated that the outlined conditions must be met in order for the Board to consider a vote on a merger and those conditions were not met exactly, what is the proper procedure for seeking an amendment to the original resolution to allow for Board consideration of a merger agreement?

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Since the original resolution stated that the outlined conditions must be met in order for the Board to consider a vote on a merger and those conditions were not met exactly, what is the proper procedure for seeking an amendment to the original resolution to allow for Board consideration of a merger agreement?

A motion to Amend Something Previously Adopted (ASPA) might do the trick. A two-thirds vote'll do it.

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