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We would normally go through our Strata Manager to arrange Strata Committee voting, however this always seems to take too long to organize.
Is the SC able to hold a meeting and vote on motions without SM involvement to speed up proceedings? We have previous agendas and minutes to use as a template for the documentation format…so as long as we give 3 days notice to all committee members, place the agenda on the notice board, vote in a chairperson and follow the process (also using the SCA training as a guide), then we should be good to proceed (legally)? Are there any types of motions the SC cannot vote on (eg: authorizing legal costs to be represented at NCAT, as nobody has 2 hours to set aside during business hours)?
Just we’ve lost 3 weeks in getting notice to attend an NCAT hearing scheduled in 3.5 weeks time to make arrangements, so time is of the essence. Is it possible (and likely) that we can ask for an extension to the NCAT hearing?
Any advice appreciated.
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