A standing rule is a rule that relates to the details of the administration of a society and which can be adopted or changed the same way as any other act of the deliberative assembly.[1] Standing rules can be suspended by a majority vote for the duration of the session, but not for longer.[2] Examples of standing rules include wearing name badges, signing a guest register, or using recording devices.

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  1. ^ Robert, Henry M. (2011). Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised, 11th ed., p. 18 (RONR)
  2. ^ RONR, p. 87