What are Meeting Warrants?

Corporate Board meetings must have a quorum of shareholders present in order to make important governance decisions that cannot wait until the next board meeting.  In the event a meeting lacks a quorum or cooperation from officers, a justice of peace may be summoned to issue a meeting warrant to allow the meeting to open. 

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  • Opening Meetings

    • When there is a lack of quorum or the officers refuse to call a meeting, or there are no officers to call a meeting, a JP can call a meeting.  Useful to close an organization or appoint new officers when all officers have resigned in order to access shut bank accounts.  Also useful in the same manner to appoint new board members by the membership for the purpose of electing officers.

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