Discussion and Vote of Directors by Email or Facsimile Transmission
BY‑LAW NO. 5
THE LINCOLN COUNTY LAW ASSOCIATION
A by‑law to amend By‑law No. 1 being a by‑law relating generally to the transaction of the affairs of The Lincoln County Law Association, a corporation without share capital incorporated by the issuance of Letters Patent on February 21, 1929.
WHEREAS there may be occasions when the members of the board of directors need to make immediate decisions which affect The Lincoln County Law Association and its members prior to the next scheduled board meeting;
AND WHEREAS it is proper that there be a mechanism in place which would allow for the timely discussion and decision making by the board of directors of the Lincoln County Law Association using computer and facsimile technology;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT ENACTED as a by‑law of the Lincoln County Law
Association as follows:
1. That By‑law No. 1 be, and the same hereby is, amended by adding thereto the
(a) Members of the board of directors shall have forty‑eight (48) hours from the time the email or facsimile transmission was sent to discuss the issues and to vote on those issues.
(b) Such votes will be in accordance with the present policies, procedures and constitution of the Lincoln County Law Association and will have the same effect as if the vote was conducted at a scheduled meeting of the board of directors.
( c) In the event that a vote of the board of directors should be undertaken by email or facsimile, then the issue voted upon and the vote shall be recorded in the minutes of the next meeting of the board of directors.
PASSED at a meeting of the Directors of the Corporation held on January 20, 2005.
PASSED at a meeting of the members of the Corporation held on January 20, 2005.