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Time, place and notice of corporate meetings
Religious Corporations (RCO) CHAPTER 51, ARTICLE 19
§ 406. Time, place and notice of corporate meetings. (a) The annual
corporate meeting of every society incorporated under this article shall
be held at the time and place fixed by its by-laws, or if no time and
place be so fixed, then at a time and place to be first fixed by its
trustees, but to be changed only by a by-law adopted at an annual

A special corporate meeting of any such 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 society and in
such other manner as the by-laws may prescribe.

(b) The notices of any annual or special meeting shall state the time
and place where it is to be held and shall be mailed to each member
entitled to vote not less than ten nor more than fifty days before the
meeting. Notices shall be mailed to each member at the address which
appears on the books or records of the corporation. The by-laws may
provide for additional methods of giving notice.

(c) Notice of any special meeting shall state the purpose or purposes
for which the meeting is called and no business shall be transacted at
such special meeting except that contained in such notice.

(d) Any provision in the statute or a by-law that a particular action
can be taken only at a meeting "called for that purpose" shall be deemed
to require notice of such purpose as provided in this section four
hundred six. This does not preclude the transaction of other business at
the same meeting if the notice so states.