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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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Well I would say the number of times the Board met in quorate was actually six, and it should be up in there, but they are saying no, so it is not very clear.
But NEC member Donovan Williams, reportedly speaking on behalf of Susan Shabangu (the national treasurer), quickly corrected the first report, explaining that only a quorate NEC could suspend executive officers, and the meeting in Polokwane had not been quorate (SAPA 19 June 2006; IOL News online, 20 June 2006).
On 7 December 2016, shareholders in FGB and NBAD approved the merger of the two banks at separate quorate general assembly meetings held in Abu Dhabi.
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.
In the event the second meeting is inquorate, the meeting shall be adjourned to a date that is at least 30 days after the second reconvened meeting and such third reconvened meeting shall be quorate provided one shareholder attends.
This could be a collective decision taken at a quorate meeting held at the Bigg Market to impose a lower speed limit through direct action.
However, the meeting was not quorate and no decisions could be made.
"If the governing body was not quorate, it could not take any decisions legally."
``The meeting would therefore not be quorate and the matter will now be discussed at the next regular BHB board meeting.''
Theatre on December 9, 2000, a meeting that was barely quorate.