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Constitution – Article Thirteen

Amendment of the Constitution

The Constitution may be amended at the next Annual General Meeting, when it must be ratified by a two-thirds majority vote of the adult members of the BCTC in attendance at the AGM.

Members who are not able to attend the AGM may assign their vote by proxy.

Amendment of the Bylaws

The Bylaws may be amended by majority vote with quorum, at any regular meeting of the Executive members of the BCTC. The amendment will, however, only be in effect until the next annual General Meeting, when it must be ratified by a two-thirds vote of the members of the BCTC. If it is not ratified, it ceases to have effect at that time.

Notice of amendments passed that need to be ratified shall be included in the notice of the Annual General Meeting. The notice shall fairly inform the members of the points to be ratified, i.e. the exact amendments, stated in a former manner, as would appear in the Bylaws.