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Just wondering if someone can give some advice about holding an electronic AGM.
One strata plan I deal with had voting by email but a zoom meeting was held as well to elect a new committee and a new strata manager.
Another strata plan issued voting papers to be returned by email, but the motion about electing a strata committee – that nominations for election to the strata committee be received, declared and recording – had a note after it saying that “this motion cannot be put to this type of meeting, please do not vote on this motion.”
Is that permitted under the legislation?
And does it mean that we have to keep the same committee, unlelected, for another year if there is no EGM before the next AGM?
And if you have to vote by email, why are proxies permitted?
I would be interested to hear how other strata managers have dealt with this.
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