Date: Fri Jul 7 09:41:32 2006
New Revision: 10
More tweaks after discussion with Karl and Karen.
(III-5-A-4): Delete second paragraph.
(III-6): Don't imply that you can transfer a membership for free.
(III-14-D): Note that we only use approval voting if no other type
of voting was specified.
--- trunk/bylaws.html (original)
+++ trunk/bylaws.html Fri Jul 7 09:41:32 2006
@@ -321,16 +321,7 @@
the Member has failed in a material and serious degree to observe the
rules of conduct of the Corporation, or that the Member has engaged in
conduct materially and seriously prejudicial to the Corporation's
-purposes and interests.</p> <p>In the event the Board determines,
-has either failed to observe the rules of conduct of the Corporation
-or has engaged in conduct materially and seriously prejudicial to the
-Corporation's purposes and interests, the Board may, in its
-discretion, choose to terminate the membership of the Member;
-provided, however, that any such termination shall not take place
-without first providing such Member an opportunity to be heard
-pursuant to <a href="#III-5-C-2">Section 5.C(2) of this Article
+purposes and interests.</p>
</div> <!-- point -->
</div> <!-- subsection -->
@@ -403,9 +394,8 @@
<div class="section" id="III-6" title="III-6">
<h3>SECTION 6: TRANSFER OF MEMBERSHIPS</h3>
-<p>No Member may transfer for value a membership or any right arising
-from it. All Membership Rights cease on the Member's death or
+<p>No Member may transfer a membership or any right arising from it.
+All Membership Rights cease on the Member's death or incapacity.</p>
</div> <!-- section -->
@@ -737,10 +727,10 @@
shall govern the Members' voting for directors: </p>
<p>If a Quorum is present, all elections shall use "Approval Voting,"
-and the resulting affirmative vote shall be an act of the Members
-unless the vote of a number greater than a Quorum is required by the
-California Nonprofit Mutual Benefit Corporation Law or by the Articles
-of Incorporation. </p>
+except as specified otherwise in these bylaws, and the resulting
+affirmative vote shall be an act of the Members unless the vote of a
+number greater than a Quorum is required by the California Nonprofit
+Mutual Benefit Corporation Law or by the Articles of Incorporation.</p>
<p>In the Approval Voting system, each Member can vote via e-mail for
as many or as few proposals or candidates as the voter chooses, at
To unsubscribe, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For additional commands, e-mail: email@example.com
Received on Fri Jul 7 18:41:38 2006