The governing documents generally specify the minimum number of directors (the “quorum”) that must be present for decisions to be made at a board meeting. When the governing documents do not specify a director quorum, a majority of directors shall be required for a quorum. A majority vote of the directors attending a meeting can make decisions unless the governing documents impose a higher voting requirement.

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