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What is the first step in making a motion?
- Rise and address the chair:
- The presiding officer assigns you the floor by stating your name or nodding at you.
- State the motion:
- The motion requires a second.
- The presiding officer repeats the motion and places it before the assembly by stating:
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In this regard, what is the procedure for making a motion?
Process of handling motions
- A member obtains the floor and makes a motion.
- Another member seconds the motion.
- The chair states the motion.
- Members debate the motion.
- The chair puts the motion to a vote.
- The chair announces the results of the vote and what happens with the motion.
Subsequently, question is, is there motion to approve? A formal motion to approve minutes of a previously held meeting is usually not necessary; approval can be handled by unanimous consent. As with any motion to amend [see Handling Motions], the motion requires a second, is subject to debate, and requires a simple majority to pass.
Besides, how do you document a motion in minutes?
Include the name of the organization, date and time of meeting, who called it to order, who attended and if there a quorum, all motions made, any conflicts of interest or abstentions from voting, when the meeting ended and who developed the minutes.
What does it mean to make a motion?
make a motion - propose formally; in a debate or parliamentary meeting. move. propose, suggest, advise - make a proposal, declare a plan for something; "the senator proposed to abolish the sales tax"