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quorate

adjective Referring to having or reaching a quorum, the minimum number of members needed so that a meeting can proceed.
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The AGM was constituted and quorate in accordance with Article
The merger is subject to a number of conditions, including the approval of the merger by at least 75 per cent by value of the shares represented at quorate extraordinary general meetings ( EGMs ) of Aldar and Sorouh.
At a duly convened and quorate meeting held today pursuant to the Consent Solicitation Statement and the related Notice of Meeting, Noteholders representing approximately 98.
1,000 principal amount of Notes owned) cast at a duly convened and quorate Meeting must be in favour of the Extraordinary Resolution.
And the entire council could be prevented from debating opencast-related matters - because the two remaining members are not enough to make meetings legally quorate.
Without a representative of one of the BHB's shareholders, the meeting would not be quorate.
The meetings won't have to be quorate, may be called at very short notice, and will undermine the work of elected councillors.