64. Unless otherwise provided by by-law, the members and representatives attending a general meeting constitute a quorum.
If the quorum determined by by-law is not present, the meeting may be reconvened. If the quorum is not present at the second meeting, the meeting may validly be held and must concern itself with the same matters as those indicated in the first notice of a meeting.
1982, c. 26, s. 64; 2003, c. 18, s. 40.