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The secretary of our SC offered to ‘tidy’ up our by-laws in order to make them more user friendly.
Once the draft was completed he sent it out to the rest of the SC to look at while informing us that “all previous by-laws have been maintained.”
While going through the draft I noticed that some by-laws had actually been changed – along the lines of something that was once allowed, now is not.
Once I spotted this I asked that he provide a list of all such changes to the SC to discuss and debate. He has refused to do so.
He has now asked the strata manager to send the draft to the Owners indicating it is now up to the Owners to view the document in its entirety and vote on whether we should adopt it.
He is of the opinion that changes to existing by-laws do not need to be pointed out to owners to vote on and if they don’t pick them up while reading the draft, that is tough luck.
Is he correct?
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