We just had our Annual Meeting. Our By-Laws allow for online voting. Our By-laws state a quorum must be 10% of owners present or by proxy to conduct business. 10% of owners is 178. We had 300 owners voted on line. We had 43 members to actual show up to the Annual Meeting. It was announced at our Annual Meeting that we had enough votes for the Election of Directors, but we did not have enough owners present to conduct new business. The Annual Meeting continued just like normal until it came to New Business and then it was said we did not have a quorum. Our State requires us to follow the Robert Rules of Order. I cannot find where you split a decision. You either have a quorum or you don't and in that case you adjourn to a later time. Have any of you ever heard of this?
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