Rules for Making a Motion in a Board Meeting
You may already know that court reporting agencies serving San Jose can provide notary services, deposition services, and interpreting services. However, it’s also a good idea to have court reporters capture board meeting procedures, including any motions that might be discussed. To learn the proper procedure for making a motion in a board meeting captured by a court reporter, watch this brief video.
It explains how board members should address the presiding officer and how they will know when they have permission to speak. You will learn the proper language for making a motion and that your motion must be seconded by another person. When another person seconds your motion, it does not necessarily mean that he or she agrees with you, only that he or she feels your motion should be discussed further. If the motion does not receive a second, a discussion cannot proceed.