111.0.8. A quorum at sittings of the council is formed by the majority of the members, including the president or, in his absence, the vice-president.
Questions are decided by a majority of votes; in case of a tie-vote, the president or, in his absence, the vice-president has a casting vote.
The council may, however, operate through divisions consisting of four of its members; three members including the president or the vice-president are a quorum at any meeting of a division of the council.
Every decision of a division of the council must be unanimous, failing which the matter shall be referred to the council.
1982, c. 37, s. 6; 1984, c. 45, s. 6.