Condo Smarts: Voting confusion hampering strata

Dear Tony: At our first council meeting since the AGM, we spent two hours arguing about how strata councils make decisions at council meetings.  We think the problem is the way the act was written, as it has two separate interpretations for majority votes. The definitions define a majority vote as a majority of those votes cast by eligible voters who are present in person or by proxy at the time the vote is taken and who have not abstained.     Read the Q&A………..


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