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TITLE 30
CORPORATIONS
CHAPTER 30
IDAHO NONPROFIT CORPORATION ACT
PART 7
AMENDMENT OF ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION AND BYLAWS
30-30-710.  Class voting by members on amendments to bylaws. (1) If the members of a class in a corporation are entitled to vote as a class on amendments to the bylaws, they may vote as a class on a proposed amendment to the bylaws if the amendment would:
(a)  Affect the rights, privileges, preferences, restrictions or conditions of that class as to voting, dissolution, redemption or transfer of memberships in a manner different than such amendment would affect another class;
(b)  Change the rights, privileges, preferences, restrictions or conditions of that class as to voting, dissolution, redemption or transfer by changing the rights, privileges, preferences, restrictions or conditions of another class;
(c)  Increase or decrease the number of memberships authorized for that class;
(d)  Increase the number of memberships authorized for another class;
(e)  Effect an exchange, reclassification or termination of all or part of the memberships of that class; or
(f)  Authorize a new class of memberships.
(2)  The members of a class of a religious corporation are entitled to vote as a class on a proposed amendment to the bylaws only if a class vote is provided for in the articles or bylaws.
(3)  If a class is to be divided into two (2) or more classes as a result of an amendment to the bylaws, the amendment must be approved by the members of each class that would be created by the amendment; and
(4)  If a class vote is required to approve an amendment to the bylaws, the amendment must be approved by the members of the class by two-thirds (2/3) of the votes cast by the class or a majority of the voting power of the class, whichever is less.
(5)  A class of members is entitled to the voting rights granted by this section although the articles and bylaws provide that the class may not vote on the proposed amendment.

History:
[30-30-710, added 2015, ch. 243, sec. 80, p. 997.]


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