Point-of-order



noun, Parliamentary Procedure.
1.
a question raised as to whether proceedings are in order, or in conformity with parliamentary law.
noun (pl) points of order
1.
a question raised in a meeting or deliberative assembly by a member as to whether the rules governing procedures are being breached

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