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Can a president at a board meeting make any decisions or is he/she there just to chair the meeting.


The president only has such authority to make decisions for the organization as are explicitly provided by the societies bylaws.   (RONR 456 l. 25ff) .   In a meeting the president is there to preside (chair) the meeting, and not to dictate.  But there are a variety of decisions that the presiding officer must make when performing his duties.  What sort of decisions do you have in mind?   

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