Satisfy himself that the meeting is duly constituted.
Inform himself the business of the meeting.
Satisfy himself that a quorum of members is present.
Call the meeting to order.
Frame issues for debate or discussion.
Make decisions on points of order.
Ensure that the sense of the meeting is kept and/ maintained by putting relevant questions.
Maintain order in the conduct of those present at the meeting.
Ensure that minutes of the meeting are taken.
Conduct voting and declare results.
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To adjourn the meeting at any time with consent of the members.
To stop discussion of any matter after reasonable debate.
To demand voting by poll.
Close the meeting after its business is accomplished or in the event of disorder.
Determine who to speak and for how long.
To declare results of any voting.
To cast a vote or a second vote in the event of a tie.