Alan is from a community association in the USA and has asked this question:

Are members allowed to raise point of order, or is that restricted to Directors of the Board of Directors?

The answer depends on the type of meeting. If it is a “general” meeting, that is an Annual General Meeting, a Special General Meeting or an Extraordinary General Meeting, then anyone who is a member of the organization can raise a point of order.

If the meeting is of the Board of Directors, but where members who are not directors are permitted to be present as observers for instance, then no, only the directors can raise a point of order.

Please Note: The author accepts no responsibility for anything which occurs directly or indirectly as a result of using any of the suggestions or procedures detailed in this blog. This is not, and should not be taken as legal advice. All suggestions and procedures are provided in good faith as general guidelines only and should be used in conjunction with appropriate advice relevant legislation, constitutions, rules, laws, by-laws, and with reasonable judgement. If you are in any doubt, seek appropriate advice.

David Julian Price

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