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LOCAL GOVERNMENT (GENERAL) REGULATION 2005 - REG 233

What happens when a quorum is not present

233 What happens when a quorum is not present

(1) A meeting of a council must be adjourned if a quorum is not present:
(a) within half an hour after the time designated for the holding of the meeting, or
(b) at any time during the meeting.
(2) In either case, the meeting must be adjourned to a time, date and place fixed:
(a) by the chairperson, or
(b) in his or her absence--by the majority of the councillors present, or
(c) failing that, by the general manager.
(3) The general manager must record in the council's minutes the circumstances relating to the absence of a quorum (including the reasons for the absence of a quorum) at or arising during a meeting of the council, together with the names of the councillors present.



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