Indiana Code 6-9-3-2. Organizational meeting; election of officers; bylaws, rules, and regulations; quorum
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Current as of: 2009
Organizational meeting; election of officers; bylaws, rules, and regulations; quorum
Sec. 2. Promptly after the fifteenth day of January of each year, the board of managers shall hold a meeting for the purpose of organization. They shall choose one (1) of their members president, another vice-president, another secretary and another treasurer, who shall perform the duties pertaining to those offices. The first officers chosen shall serve from the date of their election until their successors are elected and qualified. The members shall be authorized to adopt such bylaws and rules and regulations as they deem necessary for the proper conduct of their proceedings, the carrying out of their duties and the safeguarding of the funds and the property entrusted to their care. A majority of the board of managers constitutes a quorum, and the concurrence of a majority of the board of managers is necessary to authorize any action.
As added by Acts 1976, P.L.23, SEC.1.
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