I find this very interesting and I will defer to you since you have a better understanding of legalese than I, but... 10-3722 the RCSC Articles of Incorporation or Bylaws provides the Members with their quorum requirements...and 10-3824 the RCSC Articles of Incorporation or Bylaws fixes the quorum requirements for Directors...and We know that the RCSC Bylaws do, in fact, set the limits of a quorum for both the Membership and the Board. 10-11023 appears to be only in regards of amending the Articles of Incorporation or the Bylaws by increasing the quorum or voting requirements. What confuses me is the history of the changing quorum requirement. It's my understanding that at one point it was only 100. Who knows what it was before that? Then I understand it went up to 3,500 and then reduced back down to the current 1,250! I don't see any other quorum requirement within chapters 24 thru 40 other than 10-3722 and 10-3824. I guess I'm agreeing that the RCSC apparently violated 10-11023 when they increased the quorum from 100 to 3,500? Once again...I defer to you, but is that how I should be understanding this? The RCSC didn't violate the statute until they increased the requirements?