• If the chair at a meeting acts improperly, a Point of Order may be raised... If the chair ignores a point of order ... the member can repeat the point of order a second and third time and if the chair still ignores it, the member, standing in his place, can immediately put the point of order to a vote without debate. RONR (11th ed.). p. 650 ll. 31-35  

  •   If the chair fails to act in accordance with the assembly’s point of order submitted to a vote of the assembly, or otherwise culpably fails to perform the duties of the chair properly in a meeting, the assembly may employ measures temporarily to replace the chair with another presiding officer expected to act in accordance with the will of the assembly. RONR (11th ed.). p. 651 ll. 17-23. 

Seconding a motion

After a motion has been made, another member who wishes it to be considered says, “I second the motion.” or, “I second it,” or even, “Second!” – without obtaining the floor. RONR (11th ed.). p. 35 ll. 4-5

If no member seconds the motion, the chair must be sure that all have heard it before proceeding to other business. In such a case the chair normally askes, “Is there a second to the motion?” RONR (11th ed.). p. 35 ll. 15-18

The requirement of a second is for the chair’s guidance as to whether he should state the question on the motion, thus placing it before the assembly. Its purpose is to prevent time from being consumed by the assembly’s having to dispose of a motion that only one person wants to see introduced RONR (11th ed.). p. 36 ll. 26-31.