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PostSubject: A Constitution vs By-Laws   Mon Dec 01, 2008 4:11 am

Had to go back to parly Pro books to find this..... but heres what I was trying to get across today at the meeting


Power to create bylaws is usually given in the Owner/Founder and represents a rule book for day-to-day procedures. Generally, the constitutions establish a very broad structure and complete format of an organization. Bylaws spell out the process and procedures to attain the goals and implement the structural format. Items such as the specifics of the nomination process for officers, the exact amount of dues, and the dues collection procedures, the specifics of committee operation, fundraising operations, etc. are best left to the bylaws.


So IE there really is no need for a constitution, seeing we all know what our structural format is, just a set of by-laws that opperate as a guideline for squad members.
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