New York Religious Corporations Law Section 328 - Meetings of trustees.

328. Meetings of trustees. Meetings of the trustees of an incorporated United Methodist church may be held at stated intervals or may be called by giving at least twenty-four hours notice thereof personally or by mail to all trustees and such meeting may be called and such notice given by the pastor, the secretary of the board of trustees, or by any two of the trustees, but by the unanimous consent of the trustees a meeting may be held without previous notice thereof. Some member of the board of trustees elected for that purpose shall be president or chairman, or the pastor may preside without vote. A majority of the whole number of trustees shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business at any meeting lawfully convened. In case of a tie vote at a meeting of the trustees, the presiding officer of such meeting, if he be a trustee, shall, notwithstanding he has voted once, have an additional casting vote, or, if the presiding officer be the pastor, the secretary of the board shall have the additional casting vote.

Last modified: February 3, 2019