What does it mean when a meeting is adjourned sine die? Answer:
When a meeting is adjourned sine die (pronounced SIGN-ee DYE-ee) it literally means that the assembly is adjourned without day, ie. the assembly is disolved. This happens when a delegate assembly is selected to do the work of the organization and when it completes its work, it ceases to exsist. The next time the group assembles it will, most likely, be different persons selected as delegates, elected by different members of the organization (Think, the quadrennial national political conventions.) Each meeting stands on its own and once it accomplishes its business, it is disbanded – Sine Die.