Fix the time to which to adjourn


Fix the time to which to adjourn

The motion to fix the time to which to adjourn, in parliamentary procedure, is used to set the time (and possibly the place) for another meeting to continue business of the session. [cite book | title=Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised|first=Henry M. |last=Robert|edition=10th ed.|year=2000|pages=p. 234]

Explanation and Use

infobox motion
name = Fix the time to which to adjourn (RONR)
class = P
inorder = No
seconded = Yes
debatable = No
amendable = Yes
voterequired = Majority
reconsidered = Yes

Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised

If it is moved while a question is pending, it is the highest ranking privileged motion. Otherwise, it is an incidental main motion.

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