point of order definition

  • noun:
    • A question as to whether the present procedures have been in order or allowed because of the rules of parliamentary treatment.
    • A motion phoning attention to a breach of order for the principles.
    • in parliamentary practice, a concern of order or propriety underneath the rules.
    • a concern as to whether the present proceedings tend to be allowed by parliamentary treatment

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