—(1) The Senate may meet at such time and place and as often as may be necessary.
(2) Twelve members of the Senate personally present at any meeting of the Senate shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of any business.
(3) All questions arising at any meeting of the Senate shall be decided by a majority of the votes of the members present.
(4) At any meeting of the Senate, the President or in his absence the Vice-President presiding at the meeting shall have a deliberative vote and shall, in the event of an equality of votes, have a casting vote.
(5) Subject to any rules made under this Act, the Senate may regulate their own procedure and in particular the holding of meetings, the notice to be given of meetings, the proceedings thereat and the keeping of minutes and the custody, production and inspection of those minutes.
(6) The validity of the proceedings of the Senate shall not be affected by any vacancy amongst their members or by any irregularity in the appointment of any member.