1. Any business transacted at a meeting that does not meet the notice requirements
pursuant to NRS 81.939 to 81.951, inclusive, is valid if:
(a) There was a quorum of the members present at the meeting; and
(b) Each member not present at such a meeting:
(1) Was provided a written waiver of the notice;
(2) Consented to the holding of the meeting without his or her presence; or
(3) Approved the minutes of the meeting in writing.
2. The attendance of a person at a meeting constitutes waiver of the notice pursuant
to subsection 1 unless the person objects at the beginning of the meeting to the transaction
of business at the meeting on the basis of improper notice pursuant to NRS 81.939 to 81.951, inclusive.
3. A written waiver of notice is not required to include a provision for each item
of business to be transacted at a meeting unless otherwise specified by the articles
of incorporation or bylaws of the worker cooperative.
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