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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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However, the meeting was not quorate and no decisions could be made.
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 general assembly meetings of FGB and NBAD.
The CCL provides that an adjournment of a meeting may only take place if the originally convened meeting is not quorate.
163/2006, following a competition quorate, concerning the custody of the alleged provision of an indicative number up to a maximum of n.
If the governing body was not quorate, it could not take any decisions legally.
That meant the whole council would be unable to debate or take a vote on the issue - as the two remaining members were insufficient to make meetings quorate.