What is the difference between an AGM and an EGM?

An AGM (Annual General Meeting) is a compulsory election held once a year to elect the new committee of a society. AGMs should happen within 395 days of each other.

An EGM (Extraordinary General Meeting) is an election that can be held at any time throughout the year. They are commonly held if a member of the committee decides to leave and a new person has to be elected, or if a minor change to the club Constitution is to be made.

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