14. Decisions of the board of directors are made by resolution by majority vote of the members present; in the event of a tie vote, the chair shall have a casting vote. The chair of the board of directors or the substitute appointed under section 5.9 of the Act may exercise his right to a casting vote.
The vote is taken verbally, by a show of hands, by fax or by any other means agreed on in advance, or, on the request of a member, by secret ballot.
Unless a vote by secret ballot is requested, the declaration by the chair of the meeting that a resolution has been adopted unanimously or by a majority or has not been adopted constitutes, in the absence of any evidence to the contrary, evidence of the adoption or rejection of such resolution without there being any need to prove the number or proportion of the votes recorded.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. C-2, r. 2, s. 14; BD. 2006-11; BD. 2011-12-12, s. 14.