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I  am a vice president of an organization and would like to know what is really a resignation of an officer?  If the president throws his key on the table and tells me he resigns, has he realy  resigned?

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15 minutes ago, Guest james heling said:

I  am a vice president of an organization and would like to know what is really a resignation of an officer?  If the president throws his key on the table and tells me he resigns, has he realy  resigned?

"If a member who has accepted an office, committee assignment, or other duty finds that he is unable to perform it, he should submit his resignation. A resignation is submitted in writing, addressed to the secretary or appointing power; alternatively, it may be submitted during a meeting either orally or in writing. By submitting a resignation, the member is, in effect, requesting to be excused from a duty. The chair, on reading or announcing the resignation, can assume a motion "that the resignation be accepted."   RONR, 11th ed., p. 291

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