FAQS about Bylaws:
What do we do if our president resigns?
If a quorum was not present at a general meeting and we voted on officers, is that a legal election?
No. If a quorum is not present, then no business is to be conducted. If the presiding officer ignores the fact, any member should call attention to the lack of a quorum before any business or elections take place. If a quorum is not present at any meeting required in the bylaws such as election of nominating committee or officers, you must fix the time for an adjourned meeting. An adjourned meeting may be held any time prior to the next regular meeting.