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Quorum in United Kingdom

Company Meetings: Quorum

Quorum Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament

A quorum is the minimum number of Members of the Parliament or members of the House of Lords needed for a division (vote) to be valid or for a parliamentary committee to function. Quorums for different types of business are set out in the standing orders for each House.

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  • Article Name: Quorum
  • Author: Emily Rowling
  • Description: Company Meetings: Quorum Quorum Meaning, as used in the UK Parliament A quorum is the minimum number of Members of the [...]

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