If a motion is put forward to be voted on and no person puts forward a vote token, is it then upto the Chairman to "break the tie" or is the motion simply discarded?
By the way the rules are written it would seem that all ties are broken by the Chairman. My friends and I were split 50-50 on this, the arguement being that if nobody voted for it, it did not merit being put forward, or that the Yes and No votes were tied at 0/0 so the the Chairman would break that tie.
Anyone have any opinions or solutions?
My last solution was that as the Chairman breaks all ties if there were a dispute on the rules that was split 50/50 then the person who was Chairman at the time would break the dispute with his vote. LOL.