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Topic: Robert's Rules

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  Rules    Robert  
  Robert's Rules of Order    Rules of the Game  
  School Rules    Rules of the Road  
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Most admires:Kenan Evren,  Bulent Ecevit,  Ruud Lubbers
Politics:Monarchist,  Democrat
Favorite author(s):Machiavelli
Favorite TV show(s):That 70's Show,  Everybody Loves Raymond
Favorite actor(s):Julia Roberts
Favorite great leader(s):Margaret Thatcher,  Oliver Cromwell,  Tony Blair
Interest(s):Politics
Favorite movie(s):Notting Hill,  Erin Brockovich,  Rain Man
Favorite philosopher(s):John Stuart Mill
Favorite political figure(s):Oliver Cromwell
Favorite quote(s):"Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly
 
 
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Brian Mengel,
Civil Servant

Roberts Rules of Order shall be the parliamentary authority for all matters of procedure not specifically covered by the bylaws, statutes, or regulations.
Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised shall govern in all meetings of the State Committee and Executive Committee insofar as they are applicable and not inconsistent with these rules.
Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised shall be the parliamentary authority for all matters of substance or procedure not specifically covered in these bylaws.
John Carthy,
Gun Shop Sales Assistant

Robert's Rules of Order shall prevail on all matters not contained in the Constitution and by-laws.
ROBERT'S RULES OF ORDER shall be followed except where it is in conflict with the CONSTITUTION.
Roberts Rules of Order shall prevail.
Jack Crawford,
WWII Veteran

Robert's position was increasingly under threat as support for his rule gradually waned and his brothers influence and power grew.
Arthur Dawkins,
Astro-physicist

Whereas Roberts Rules often seem vague and unnecessarily complicated, it is because they are written to cover all situations and all organizations.
Mark Harris,
Priest

Robert's Rules of order shall be followed.
Bob Greenberg,
Congressional Candidate

Robert's Rules of Order shall govern matters of parliamentary procedure unless specifically modified in advance.
Roberts Rules of Order may be used to govern church business meetings and forums upon the decision of the elders.
Robert's Rules of Order specify that a Motion to Reconsider can be taken up only once, and must be moved by someone who voted against the motion the first time.
 
 
 User Talk
Comments from our users:
From:
Harry Mack
2005-03-04 07:41:17
What can I do if I think one bylaws is not Legal
From:
hkmack@buckeye-express,com
2005-03-04 08:06:49
What can A club member do if A Bylaw isn,t Legal in A Court Of Law. Harry Mack
From:
Ron
2008-06-16 00:18:24
How is a resignation of an elected official handled if it occurs before the elected person actually takes office?
From:
Jean
2010-03-29 20:22:45
I made a presentation at our work shop last week. The President of our board got up and told me he had allowed me 15 minutes to speak. I asked him where in our rules it gave a time limit? He said that he has the right to set the limit,is this true? I asked for it to be opened for discussion. I raised my hand to ask a question but I was ignored. When I finally spoke out...he said that I must be reconized. I realize that you can only ask one question and then you must wait until everyone has a turn before you can ask another question. He wouldn't allow me to ask a question since I had just given the presentation. What does giving the presentation have to do w/ being able to ask a question? I'm I correct in my thinking?
From:
Linda
2011-01-29 13:33:21
Can a voting member make a motion to accept the secretary's minutes as read, if he/she did not attend the previous membership meeting?
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