ICANN Resolutions » 2003-06-02 - Amendments to Bylaws

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2003-06-02 - Amendments to Bylaws


Resolution of the ICANN Board
Topic: 
Amendments to Bylaws
Summary: 

Board adopts proposed amendments to correct techincal flaws in the bylaws.

Category: 
Administration and Budget
Meeting Date: 
周一, 2 六月 2003
Resolution Number: 
03.81
Status: 
Complete
Implementation Actions: 
  • Amend Bylaws.
    • Responsible entity: ICANN Secretary
    • Due date: effective immediately
    • Completion date: 2 June 2003
Resolution Text: 

Whereas, on 11 May 2003, the General Counsel posted various proposed amendments to the bylaws to correct various technical flaws;

Whereas, the General Counsel invited comments from the Board and community regarding this proposal;

Whereas, on 31 May 2003 the General Counsel posted a discussion of the comments received with a slightly revised proposal for technical corrections to the bylaws;

Whereas, after considering the General Counsel's revised proposal, the Board concludes that adoption of the amendments to the bylaws as stated in that proposal would be in the best interest of ICANN;

Resolved [03.81] that the Board adopts the proposed amendments to the bylaws shown in Appendix A to these minutes (amending Article IV, Section 4; Article VII, Section 8; Article X, Sections 3 and 5; Article XI, Section 2, and Article XIV; and adding Article VII, Section 9).
(The Board approved the above resolution by a 16-0-0 vote.)

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