- Mon Apr 12, 2021 3:31 pm
I understood that the General Assembly could not begin at two different times, however I really got tripped up by the word "quorum." I figured that if the meeting started at 6, in part because there were enough members present to make the assembly valid, it would make it impossible for the meeting to begin at 7. In effect, the first condition supersedes the second, as I don't see how it would be possible for the meeting beginning at 6, preventing enough people being present to form the second quorum mentioned. Am I thinking too much outside of LSAT world? But it is the definition of the word.
In the above comment, where the commenter really spells it out, I am kind of able to see this by her writing out the contrapositives, but it still seems at odds with the definition of quorum.