Meeting Without A Quorum

QUESTION: Two out of five board members attended an open meeting. To establish quorum, the president called one of the absent members on his cellphone and called the meeting to order. The director on the phone then hung up. With just two of five directors the meeting began. Is that legal?    Read the article…………….


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