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when are executive sessions permissible?


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30 minutes ago, Guest Frank said:

Are executive sessions permitted for reasons other than personnel matters?

Per the rules and RONR, yes, an assembly may go into executive session at any time for any reason it desires. However, your bylaws may contain restrictions. Also, if you are incorporated or governed by state laws, such as many homeowner associations are, those laws frequently contain restrictions on the use of executive sessions. 

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On 8/16/2019 at 12:25 PM, Richard Brown said:

Per the rules and RONR, yes, an assembly may go into executive session at any time for any reason it desires. However, your bylaws may contain restrictions. Also, if you are incorporated or governed by state laws, such as many homeowner associations are, those laws frequently contain restrictions on the use of executive sessions. 

Can we say here (again...as has been said many times before) that if a state law has restrictions on something like Executive Session, (like when/why it’s permissible for a board to adjourn to it) that RONR cannot override/supersede state laws?

 

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1 hour ago, Guest Zzodd said:

Can we say here (again...as has been said many times before) that if a state law has restrictions on something like Executive Session, (like when/why it’s permissible for a board to adjourn to it) that RONR cannot override/supersede state laws?

 

Yes, that is correct. We just said it again.  But,we point it out frequently because our guests are frequently new to the forum and do not know that.

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34 minutes ago, Richard Brown said:

Yes, that is correct. We just said it again.  But,we point it out frequently because our guests are frequently new to the forum and do not know that.

This is why is he asked a seasoned user to chime in.

Zzodd has no influence here.

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