Parliamentary Law

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Parliamentary Law

The general body of enacted rules and recognized usages governing the procedure of legislative assemblies and other deliberative sessions such as meetings of stockholders and directors of corporations, town meetings, and board meetings. Roberts Rules of Order are an example of such rules.

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According to Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised, once a member has debated the motion, the member has in effect seconded the motion.
Habib said all candidates are invited to a three-hour orientation that includes an overview of Robert's Rules of Order, meeting schedules and expectations.
Just because Jackson is the judge and jury, it shouldn't absolve him from following his own Rules of Order in the courtroom.

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