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What are Bylaws?

Bylaws are a set of rules adopted by an organisation or assembly for governing its own meetings or affairs. There are three general types of rules that are often included within bylaws: definitions of organisational structure, descriptions of the rights and duties of members. descriptions of the group's decision-making process.

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