An 'excluded person' means a person who has taken all steps necessary to attend a virtual meeting or has been permitted by the convener to attend a physical meeting1 remotely under the arrangements which have been put in place by the convener of the meeting but do not enable that person to attend the whole or part of that meeting2.
Where the chair becomes aware during the course of the meeting that there is an excluded person, the chair may: (1) continue the meeting; (2) declare the meeting void and convene the meeting again; or (3) declare the meeting valid
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