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1 hour ago, Guest Guest Mattie said:

In the By-Laws some items say as defined in policies and procedures.  Is this a good way or should item be completely defined in the by-laws.

 

I think it's a good way, in general.

1 hour ago, Guest Guest Mattie said:

If By-laws are amendment and sent to the IRS do you have to include the policies and procedures?

This question should be asked to an attorney, and we don't give legal advice.  (Or maybe an accountant or relevant consultant.  In any event, though, it's not a parliamentary question.)

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1 hour ago, Guest Guest Mattie said:

In the By-Laws some items say as defined in policies and procedures.  Is this a good way or should item be completely defined in the by-laws.

If "policies and procedures" are standing rules, then they can be amended or repealed by majority vote with notice or a two-thirds vote without. Bylaws require a two-thirds vote and previous notice for their amendment. So put the things that should not be easy to change in the bylaws and put the more routine stuff into the policies and procedures.

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