special majority definition

special majority means the number of votes described in §11.2 which is required to pass a special resolution;
special majority means a decision made by the Management Committee by more than 66.6% percent of the votes represented and entitled to be cast at a meeting thereof.

More Definitions of special majority

special majority means a resolution passed by two-thirds (2/3rds) of the valid votes cast by those present and entitled to vote.
special majority means a seventy five percent (75%) plus one (1) majority vote of all Ordinary Members present at meeting of the Society.
special majority has the meaning given to such term in the Trust Agreement.
special majority means a number of directors equal to at least 70% of the entire membership of the corporation’s board of directors.
special majority means at least two-thirds of the Parties;
special majority means a number of directors equal to at least (A) three-quarters of the entire membership of the Corporation’s Board of Directors and (B) a majority of both the Former FCB Directors and Former NMB Directors then serving.