Meeting Procedures: Parliamentary Law and Rules of Order for the 21st Century
A complete, modern guide to meeting procedures. From voting and debating to rules on quorum, this guidebook is packed with simplified information that avoids jargon, meeting the needs of most non-profit organizations and professional associations. The author emphasizes the principles of meetings and introduces the use of modern technology in meetings.
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Principles and Rules at Meetings
Documents of Authority
Order of Business and Agenda
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appeal appointed approval voting assembly ballot vote Borda count bylaws candidates chair chapter Characteristic Required Further close debate consent agenda convention defeated defined delegates documents of authority election Explanation Second Yes Further Explanation Second incidental motions Interrupt item of business main motion majority vote meeting situation membership method of voting minutes motion is pending motion to adjourn motion to amend motion to postpone motion to reconsider motion to refer move normally number of votes organization parliamentary authority parliamentary law pending motion permitted plurality voting point of order postpone indefinitely postpone temporarily Precedence Table preferential voting previous decision privileged motions proposal question of privilege quorum reference committee renewed request Required Further Explanation requires a majority rules of order secretary siding officer ſpause speak speaker special rules specific take the vote Takes Precedence tellers committee tion truly incidental two-thirds vote Vote Required Majority vote-counting protocol voters votes cast