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Recently, owners were notified of our upcoming AGM. The issue is that notification was by email which was received a day later than required for the WA-legislated 14 days notice of such things. Therefore the notification was received 13 days before the AGM.
Despite notifying our Strata Managers of this basic error, it seems as if they intend to proceed with the AGM.
Consequently, I’m curious as to the ramifications of such a meeting should it proceed. No budget approved is one, but since the COO (EC) wouldn’t be valid, this seems of little consequence. Even with a quorum, by-laws would not be valid? Are there others?
Many thanks in advance,
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