Definitions for "General Assembly"
General and formal meeting of an association, club, organization or company attended by a specified proportion at least of its members for the purpose of deciding legislative direction, policy matters, the election of internal committees and approval of balance sheets, budgets and the like. An assembly generally observes certain fixed rules of procedure.
an ordinary General Assembly or an extraordinary General Assembly of IAGA.
The branch of State government responsible for enacting laws. In Illinois, legislative power is vested in the General Assembly. The General Assembly is a continuous body during the term for which members of the House of Representatives are elected (2 years).
The church court that meets annually and makes decisions for the whole of the Presbyterian Church in Canada.
Governing body (in the Church of Scotland and the Free Church of Scotland)
the supreme court of the Church of Scotland
Keywords:  alumni, repeal, lambda, convenes, chi
persons who make or amend or repeal laws
the legislative body of Lambda Chi Alpha, where undergraduates and alumni determine the laws and policies of the Fraternity; normally convenes once every two years during the summer.
The annual business meeting of the UUA. Congregations send representatives to make policy decisions for the denomination.
Refers to both the Ohio House of Representatives and the Ohio Senate.
The House and Senate of Illinois.
an important medium for the development of communication and information in general and for the progress of OANA in particular
The policy-making body of IHEU; replaced the Board of Directors See also: Board of Directors, IHEU