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You can hear the sound of a collective eye roll when you mention Shul bylaws. Theyâ€™re usually found only in democratic shuls or independent minyanim. Like legal contracts, they can be boring to the non-lawyers among us, but theyâ€™re very important for a Shulâ€™s functioning, especially when critical issues come to the forefront. If you donâ€™t have bylaws, it might be a good idea to create them now.