1. With the approval of the Commissioner, any domestic organization may at any time
adopt, in the same manner as in the case of ordinary bylaws, emergency bylaws to become
operative during a period of acute emergency. Emergency bylaws may contain provisions with respect to the number of directors
capable of acting which shall constitute its board, the number of such directors which
shall constitute a quorum at a meeting of the board, the number of votes necessary
for action by such board, the manner in which vacancies on the board shall be filled,
the line of succession of its officers, and the interim management of the affairs
of the organization.
2. Such provisions, if approved by the Commissioner, need not comply with the requirements
of the charter of such domestic organization.
3. Except as provided in NRS 693B.120, the provisions of NRS 693B.040 to 693B.100, inclusive, 693B.120 and 693B.130 shall not be applicable during a period of acute emergency to any domestic organization
operating in accordance with emergency bylaws approved by the Commissioner to the
extent that the procedure set forth in such emergency bylaws relate to subject matter
contained in NRS 693B.040 to 693B.100, inclusive.
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