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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quorum

Each assembly determines the number of members that constitutes a quorum in its governing documents (such as in its constitution, charter, bylaws or standing orders). The quorum may also be set by law. Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised states that the quorum set in an organization's bylaws "should approximate the ...

www.boardeffect.com/blog/what-constitutes-a-quorum

Jun 28, 2016 ... What constitutes a quorum is defined in an organizations bylaws. In general, a simple majority constitutes a quorum. Read on to learn more about quorum.

www.wikihow.com/Determine-a-Quorum

A quorum is a term that defines the minimum number of people required for an assembly or organization to conduct business. http://www.duhaime.org/ LegalDictionary/Q/Quorum.aspx It allows people ... Once the quorum is met, the bylaws mandate what percentage constitutes a passing vote, be it majority or super-majority.

www.rulesonline.com/rror-11.htm

In the case of a permanent society, whose by-laws provide for regular meetings every week, month, or year, for example, each meeting constitutes a separate session of the society, which session, however, can be prolonged by adjourning to another day. In this Manual the term Meeting is used to denote an assembling of ...

smallbusiness.chron.com/constitutes-quorum-conduct-business-meeting-56908.html

If two members show up for your eight-member company meeting, they might as well go home. There are not enough key players present to make valid business decisions. Setting a minimum attendance number -- a quorum -- for meetings ensures a majority of your owner-management team is up to speed on important  ...

www.dummies.com/careers/business-skills/roberts-rules-for-defining-a-quorum

By C. Alan Jennings, PRP, PRP. According to Robert's Rules, a quorum is the minimum number of voting members who must be present at a properly called meeting in order to conduct business in the name of the group. A quorum should consist of “as large as can be depended upon for being present at all meetings when ...

www.nonprofitissues.com/to-the-point/should-quorum-be-50-plus-one

Jun 18, 2013 ... In revising the bylaws of our nonprofit corporation, the bylaws committee has suggested that we say the quorum requirement for the number of directors necessary to participate at a board meeting will be “50% plus one.” Does that sound like a good idea? Not to me. I don't think it says what you mean and ...

legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/quorum

Definition of quorum in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. What is quorum? Meaning of quorum as a legal term. ... A majority of the members in office constitutes a quorum of the Board for purposes of transacting business except that, if there are five members in office, then four ...

ibbi.seadeo.net/docs/rulesord/quorum.htm

Quorum of Members. Before a meeting can conduct business it requires a quorum--the minimum number of members who must be present at the meeting before business can be legally transacted. The requirement of a quorum is a protection against unrepresentative action in the name of the association by an unduly small ...