The first AGM must be convened within six months of the registration of the plan. At this meeting the applicant for registration of the plan of subdivision must provide the following documents:
Subsequent AGMs must be held if the Owners Corporation receives or pays out money during the financial year. An AGM must be held within 15 months of the previous AGM. It must cover:
The AGM is also used to:
The quorum for an AGM is at least 50% of the total votes.
You must send a written notice to all lot owners at least 14 days before the meeting. This must include financial statements, budget, previous meeting minutes and an agenda.
Special General Meetings are any meeting other than the AGM. They may be called by the chairperson or secretary of the committee, or the Owners Corporation Manager. Written notice must be given to each owner at least 14 days before the meeting, including:
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