2006 New York Code - Time, Place And Notice Of Corporate Meetings.

    §  163.  Time,  place  and  notice of corporate meetings.   The annual
  corporate meeting of every church incorporated under this article  shall
  be  held  at  the time and place fixed by its by-laws, or if no time and
  place be so fixed, then at a time and place to be  first  fixed  by  its
  trustees,  but  to  be  changed  only  by  a by-law adopted at an annual
  meeting. A special corporate meeting of any such church may be called by
  the board of trustees thereof, on its own motion, and shall be called on
  the written request of at least ten qualified voters of such church. The
  trustees shall cause  notice  of  the  time  and  place  of  its  annual
  corporate meeting, and of the names of any trustees whose successors are
  to  be  elected thereat, and if a special meeting, of the business to be
  transacted thereat, to be publicly read by the minister of  such  church
  or  any  trustees  thereof at a regular meeting of the church for public
  worship, on  the  two  successive  Sundays  immediately  preceding  such

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