Ins. Code Section 463.059
Meetings by Telephone and Videoconference
(a)Notwithstanding Chapter 551 (Open Meetings), Government Code, or any other law, the board or a committee of the board may meet by telephone conference call, videoconference, or other similar telecommunication method. The board may use telephone conference call, videoconference, or other similar telecommunication method for establishing a quorum, voting, or any other meeting purpose in accordance with this section regardless of the subject matter discussed or considered by the board at the meeting.
(b)A meeting authorized by this section is subject to the notice requirements that apply to other meetings.
(c)The notice of a meeting authorized by this section must specify the location of the meeting.
(d)Each part of a meeting authorized by this section that must be open to the public must be audible to the public at the location specified by Subsection (c).
(e)Two-way audio communication must be available during the entire meeting between all members of the board or committee attending a meeting authorized by this section, and if the two-way audio communication is disrupted so that a quorum of the board or committee is no longer participating in the meeting, the meeting may not continue until the two-way audio communication is reestablished.
(f)An audio or digital recording of a meeting authorized by this section must be made in accordance with the association’s bylaws. The recording of the open portion of the meeting must be posted on the association’s Internet website.
(g)A vote during a meeting authorized by this section must be taken in such a manner that the vote of each member is audible and may be verified as the vote of the member.
Section 463.059 — Meetings by Telephone and Videoconference,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/IN/htm/IN.463.htm#463.059 (accessed Dec. 2, 2023).