It is a set of laws that control who can hold government office.
It is a set of rules for conducting a meeting that allows everyone to be heard.
It is the rules of government used in most countries today.
It is a set of old English laws that no longer are used.
Justice and courtesy for all.
One thing at a time.
The rule of the majority.
The rights of the minority
All of the above
A and B
A, B and D, but not C
A and D all of the time and C some of the time
D, but only in Boston
All of the above
Because it's a time tested method of conducting business at meetings and public gatherings. It can be adapted to fit the needs of any organization.
Because Parliament is the highest form of government in the United Kingdom
Because medical procedures are expensive and need to be done right the first time.
Main Motions: The purpose of a main motion is to introduce items to the membership for their consideration. They cannot be made when any other motion is on the floor, and yield to privileged, subsidiary, and incidental motions.
Subsidiary Motions: Their purpose is to change or affect how a main motion is handled, and is voted on before a main motion.
Privileged Motions: Their purpose is to bring up items that are urgent about special or important matters unrelated to pending business.
Incidental Motions: Their purpose is to provide a means of questioning procedure concerning other motions and must be considered before the other motion.
Accidental Motions: When someone makes a motion without meaning to.
Motion is made, Second motions, Debate motions, Vote on motions
Vote on motions, Debate motions, Second motions, Motion is made
Debate motions, Motion is made, Second motions, Vote on motions
Motion is made, Vote on motions, Debate motions,
None of the above, it is a trick question