A member of the Board shall not be a party to procuring the appointment
of any relative at any of the units of the State University and Community
Article VI. Amendment of Bylaws
A. These Bylaws may be amended or repealed at any regular meeting by an
affirmative vote of not less than nine members of the Board, provided however,
that any proposed change in these Bylaws shall be submitted to the Secretary in
writing at any regular meeting or special meeting and shall be voted on at the
next regular meeting of the Board.
B. Amendments or additions to the Bylaws shall be presented in such form as
suitable for direct incorporation into the Bylaws.
C. Any Bylaw may be suspended at any regular or special meeting for that meeting
only by the unanimous consent of all present.
D. The Secretary shall maintain a Bylaws book in which shall be recorded all Bylaws
and any changes, additions, or deletions thereto.
The rules contained in
Roberts Rules of Order, Newly Revised
Edition, or the most
recent subsequent edition, shall govern the Board in all cases in which they are not
inconsistent with these Bylaws or any special rules of order of this Board.
T.C.A. §§ 49-8-101 et seq.
T.C.A. §§ 49-11-401 et seq.