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Our board of Directors has advised an elected  officer that he is to no longer operate as an officer of the organization.  They asked him to resign immediately but gave no reason for the request. He is not resigning.   The bylaws give the board authority to remove an officer for cause but that involves written charges being presented to the board and the officer then has an opportunity to present his side of the case and a vote is then taken.  This has not been done.    It appears to me that the board could remove the officer if they followed the bylaws but there is nothing in our bylaws allowing them to " suspend" the officer with or without him pleading his case.  Is there such a clause in Roberts Rules of order that allows for "suspension" without any recourse on the part of the officer.

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