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An old board passes a motion,then an annual meeting takes place at which three new BOD members are elected, is the new board subject to the motion passed by the old board? Must the new board reconsider the motion? Who is eligible to move for reconsideration? Or, is the motion dead if it is not passed again by the new board? The question restated: are boards of directors considered continuing boards and motions effective in perpetuity regardless of changes in BOD membership?

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27 minutes ago, philajoe609 said:

An old board passes a motion,then an annual meeting takes place at which three new BOD members are elected, is the new board subject to the motion passed by the old board? Must the new board reconsider the motion? Who is eligible to move for reconsideration? Or, is the motion dead if it is not passed again by the new board? The question restated: are boards of directors considered continuing boards and motions effective in perpetuity regardless of changes in BOD membership?

The answer to your restated question, if I understand it correctly, is yes.

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