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What do you do if your chairman resigns mid term and you have no vice chairman.
Can your management committee appoint a replacement or do you need to call an EGM to chose and elect a replacement

Dear Nobby,
I do not know what an "EGM" is but here is the fundamental principle that applies to all resignations. First the bylaws should state who fills a vacancy. Second, if the bylaws are silent, the entity that appointed the original chairman is the entity that fills the vacancy.

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Question submitted by Nobby on Jan 9, 2015