21st Century Robert's Rules of Order
Dell Pub., Oct 1, 1995 - Political Science - 224 pages
This update on the classic book makes parliamentary procedure easy for everyone to learn. Avoiding the stilted, academic prose that hinders other guides, this volume speaks in everyday business language and offers the following additional facts--descriptions of various types of meetings, specific duties of elected officers, and your legal rights during meetings.
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Introduction to Parliamentary Law
Introduction to Business
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action adjourn adopted agenda annual appeal appointed approved ballot bers Call for orders chair says clerk committee members committee report conduct business consider consideration convention counted debate decorum deliberative assembly discussion elected ensure Example A member Example The chair executive session guidelines incidental motions instances issue main motion majority vote matter member says membership method minority report minutes mittee move the previous needs nominated number of members number of votes objects order of business organiza organization organization's bylaws parliamentary law parliamentary procedure participate pending person point of order postpone present presiding officer previous question privileged motions question of privilege quorum reconsider refer regular meeting request requires a second resolution rise Rules of Order second the motion sembly speak speaker special committees special meeting specific standing subsidiary motions sure tally tion treasurer's report TROUBLESHOOTING two-thirds vote unless