Here's our first post. Under "Boards" page 483, it clarifies a rule that has been in the last several editions. The rule is that a board cannot reverse an action of the assembly. In this edition it states that if the board does reverse an action of the assembly it is null and void. It then refers the reader to page 577. It gives an example that if the assembly adopts a budget and wants the boa...rd to be able to change it when contingencies that arise, the assembly has to empower the board to do it either by a motion or a provision in the bylaws. If the assembly doesn't give permission nor do the bylaws, then the board does not have the power to change the budget; the assembly must make the changes.