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Section 8-206 - Trustee committees; delegation of powers.

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§ 8-206. Trustee committees; delegation of powers.(a)In general.- The board of trustees of a real estate investment trust may establish one or more committees of the board of trustees composed of one or more trustees and for the delegation to those committees of any of the powers of the board of trustees.(b)Creation and composition of committees.- Notwithstanding subsection (a) of this section, the declaration of trust or bylaws of a real estate investment trust, or any agreement to which the real estate investment trust is a party and which has been approved by the board of trustees, may provide for:(1) The establishment of one or more standing committees or for the creation of one or more committees upon the occurrence of certain events; and(2) The composition of the membership, and the qualifications and the voting and other rights of members of any such committee, subject to the continued service of members of the committee as trustees. [1999, ch. 300; ch. 459, § 2; 2000, ch. 642.]
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  • § 8-206. Trustee committees; delegation of powers.
     

    (a)  In general.- The board of trustees of a real estate investment trust may establish one or more committees of the board of trustees composed of one or more trustees and for the delegation to those committees of any of the powers of the board of trustees. 

    (b)  Creation and composition of committees.- Notwithstanding subsection (a) of this section, the declaration of trust or bylaws of a real estate investment trust, or any agreement to which the real estate investment trust is a party and which has been approved by the board of trustees, may provide for: 

    (1) The establishment of one or more standing committees or for the creation of one or more committees upon the occurrence of certain events; and 

    (2) The composition of the membership, and the qualifications and the voting and other rights of members of any such committee, subject to the continued service of members of the committee as trustees. 
     

    [1999, ch. 300; ch. 459, § 2; 2000, ch. 642.] 
     

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