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Time, place and notice of corporate meetings
Religious Corporations (RCO) CHAPTER 51, ARTICLE 9-A
§ 188. Time, place and notice of corporate meetings. The annual
corporate meeting of every incorporated church or society to which this
article is applicable shall be held at the time and place fixed by its
by-laws. A special corporate meeting of any such church or society may
be called by the board of trustees thereof, on its own motion, and shall
be called on the written request of at least ten qualified voters of
such church or society. The trustees shall cause written notice of the
time and place of any corporate meeting, therein specifying, if an
annual meeting, the names of any trustees whose successors are to be
elected thereat, and, if a special meeting, specifying the business to
be transacted thereat, to be served, either personally or by mail, upon
each qualified voter of the church or society entitled to vote at the
meeting, not less than ten nor more than forty days before the meeting.
If mailed, the notice shall be directed to each qualified voter entitled
to notice at his address as it appears on the books or records of the
church or society.