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Can an Officer announce their resignation half way through their term, stay on the Board for continuity purposes until years end and then run from the floor for the same position they resigned.

Dear Friend,

Since I do not know what your bylaws state, I will give you two scenarios. If the board elects its own officers and the person resigns from being an officer and not the board position, then he can stay on the board because he is just resigning from office and not the board.

If the office makes him a board member, then resignation from office also means resignation from the board. If this is the case he cannot remain on the board if he resigns from office.

You will have to look at your eligibility requirements to see if this person can be considered next year for this office. By serving half of the term is considered serving a full term.

I hope this will help you.

Cheerio,

Little Ben


Question submitted by AK on September 23, 2015