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Can an appointed officer be removed without charges or hearing


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So I did read that prior to the question being sent.  So the by-laws of the company state the following officers shall be appointed before December's meeting.  Which were completed, however due to a personal conflict between members were then changed in January without any type of charges or hearings.  By-laws only state that that officers or members can be removed when charges are filed and a hearing is conducted and found misconduct or failure to perform duties.  Changes were made without this happening, is this a violation of Roberts Rules of Orders?

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The last sentence of that FAQ you have read tells us that:

"Of course, if the bylaws themselves establish a procedure for removal from office, that procedure must be followed."

If your bylaws provide, as you say that they do, that officers "can be removed when charges are filed and a hearing is conducted and found misconduct or failure to perform duties", and if, as you say, an officer or officers have been removed from office "without this happening", then you are telling us that there has been a violation of your company's rules.

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