Adams Stirling PLC


QUESTION: Our board elected two vice-presidents, in addition to a president, secretary and treasurer! Is it legal to have two vice-presidents??

ANSWER: It is perfectly legal to have two vice-presidents. It is not unusual for boards to designate one director as "1st Vice-President" and another as "2nd Vice-President." When the President can't attend, the 1st VP runs the meeting. When the President and 1st VP both miss a meeting, the 2nd VP steps in. (Robert's Rules, 11th ed., pp. 457-458.)

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