What comprises a local chapter of an organization?
The local chapter of an organization, obviously is part of a national or international group of people who comply to the same guidelines, mission, and purpose. The local chapter is obliged to meet certain standards and criteria. The local chapter would be comprised of a set of officers or directors, and at-large members from in and around their geographic area who share the common interest of the national or international mother organziation. Local chapters would meet on a regular basis to promote the goals of the organization or hold sessions or event with relevant topics.
If it is a corporation, it can. Like all corporations, it cannot receive a discharge under Chapter 7. Most bankruptcy lawyers, if the corporation will not benefit from a Chapter 11, would probably not recommend bankruptcy for the corporation, but the organization should discuss this with an experienced local bankruptcy attorney.
Google Order of the Eastern Star and your state. That will take you to the state Grand Chapter. The state organization will list the local chapters and the officers. Email one. OR Call the local masonic hall (lodge, temple) and ask about how to contact the local chapter. They are all out in public and most will be willing to talk to you.
What is a basic plan for a local governmental unit that defines its powers responsibilities and organization?
What is an example of a network change that could cause only one group of workstations out of the dozen workgroups in your organization to lose connectivity to a local file server?
Henry Fred Alves has written: 'Principles and procedures in the organization of satisfactory local school units' -- subject(s): Public schools, School management and organization 'Local school unit organization in ten states' -- subject(s): Public schools, Education, School management and organization, School superintendents and principals, Finance