Delegates. A corporation may provide in its articles or bylaws for delegates having some or all the authority of members. The articles or bylaws may set forth provisions relating to:
1. The characteristics, qualifications, rights and limitations of representation, the geographical areas or districts delegates may represent, and the obligations of the delegates, including their selection and removal;
2. Calling, giving notice of, holding, and conducting meetings of delegates; and
3. Carrying on corporate activities during and between meetings of delegates.
Last modified: February 26, 2006