Article Six, Meetings of the Board of Directors, Section 5: Quorum and Approval

A quorum at any meeting of the Board of Directors shall consist of a majority of the then serving Directors. If after a quorum has been established at a meeting of the Directors some Directors leave the meeting and there is no longer a quorum present, those Directors remaining may continue to take action so long as a resolution receives at least that number of affirmative votes as would constitute a majority of a quorum. (E.g., if the quorum is 12 Directors, and a majority of a quorum is 7 Directors, then so long as 7 Directors remain present and vote in the affirmative the resolution shall be adopted.) Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, the approval of a majority of the Board present and voting shall be required for any action of the Board.