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Determination of What Constitutes a Quorum


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An organization has a board of directors consisting of nine people filling nine positions. Mid-term, three of the directors resign, leaving six active members on the board. The organization's bylaws state: "The presence of a simple majority of the total number of members of the Board shall constitute a Quorum."  I assume that "a simple majority" means MORE than half. But, more than half of what? More than half of nine people, even if three positions are vacant, or more than half of the six active directors? If four board members show up at the next meeting, is that or is that not a quorum?


- Harold

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