When the chair at a board of directors meeting is of the opinion that a matter has been sufficiently discussed to a degree of putting to a vote, the chair may announce the discussion closed and bring the matter to vote.
When a proposal comes to a vote at a board of directors meeting, if the chair puts the matter before all directors present at the meeting and none voices an objection, the matter is deemed approved.
The method of voting on matters at board of directors meetings shall be specified in the rules of procedure. Except for the case of unanimous consent of all directors present at the meeting upon inquiry [by the chair], the methods of vote monitoring and counting shall also be specified.
"All directors present at the meeting" in the preceding two paragraphs does not include directors prohibited from exercising voting rights pursuant to Article 16, paragraph 1.