Robert's Rules of Order Henry M. Robert Author
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Original first edition 1876 - UnabridgedRobert's Rules of Order is the short title of a book, written by Brig. Gen. Henry Martyn Robert, containing rules of order intended to be adopted as a parliamentary authority for use by a deliberative assembly.CONTENTS:PrefaceIntroduction Part I.--Rules of OrderArt. I.--Introduction of BusinessArt. II.--General Classification of MotionsArt. III.--Motions and their Order of PrecedenceArt. IV.--Committees and Informal ActionArt. V.--Debate and DecorumArt. VI.--VoteArt. VII.--Officers and the MinutesArt. VIII.--MiscellaneousPart II.-Organization and Conduct of Business.Art. IX.--Organization and MeetingsArt. X.--Officers and CommitteesArt. XI--Introduction of BusinessArt. XII.--MotionsArt. XIII.--DebateArt. XIV.--MiscellaneousLegal Rights of Deliberative AssembliesTable of Rules Relating to Motions


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