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Motions with regard to special Meetings

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It's quite possible that a meeting can be called at any time, but "calling" a meeting has a particular meaning in RONR.  It means that a "call" (notice of the meeting, giving date, time, place, and the business to be considered) has to be given to all members.


If your bylaws do not specify how much notice is required, the rule in RONR says it must be a "reasonable" time.  What that means will vary from one organization to another.


Called meetings (a.k.a. special meetings) are distinct from "regular" meetings, which occur at a regularly scheduled time and place, as provided by the rules of the organization.  Members are presumed to know when those meetings occur, so no notice is required, and any business may be taken up.

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