Conduct of members in the meeting
The proceedings at Council are more formal than in other Committees. The procedures outlined may not follow those for Committees but can be used as a guide for those that administer them.
If at a meeting any member, in the opinion of the Chair, misconducts themselves by persistently disregarding the ruling of the Chair or by behaving irregularly, improperly or offensively, or by wilfully obstructing the business of the meeting, the Chair or any other member may move ‘That (the Member named) be not further heard’, and the motion, if seconded, shall be put and determined without discussion.
If the member named continues with misconduct after a motion under the foregoing paragraph has been carried the Chair shall: