Passing Bylaws

Meeting quorum for the election of Condo Board of Directors means gathering representation from at least 25% of owners. Just meeting this minimum can be difficult for some Corporations. So imagine having to pass a bylaw where not only does quorum need to be reached, but a majority of the total unit owners (more than 50%) must vote in favour of the bylaw for it to pass. This higher voting threshold is what traditionally makes passing by-laws so difficult, especially for condos that already struggle to reach quorum.   Read the article………….


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