Vacancies in Office
In the event of a resignation, death, or long-term incapacitation of the President, the Vice President shall assume the office and duties of the President for the unexpired term. The Executive Board shall determine whether the President is incapacitated for a long-term in their sole discretion.
The Executive Board shall consist of the officers in the Association. The Executive Board shall be responsible for carrying on the business of the Association at times other than the Association’s regular meetings. The Executive Board shall report actions taken at the next regular meeting.
- The President or any two members of the Executive Board may call a meeting of the Executive Board as needed.
- A quorum of the Executive Board is three officers.
- The Executive Board may meet or vote by electronic means.
Amendments to these bylaws can only be made by the 2/3 majority of the voting members present at a regular meeting, provided that written notice of the amendments is sent to all members at least 14 days prior to the meeting date.
Any person who is an employee of the Michigan Supreme Court State Court Administrative Office or a governmental agency and attends the regular meetings of the Association for the purpose of sharing information is eligible for this class of membership. No dues shall be charged to a Contributing Official. A Contributing Official shall receive notice of meetings, may attend meetings and may serve on committees, but shall not vote or hold office.