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We are a small strata of 8 units in Melbourne.
We have an ongoing problem with one unit owner.
Urgent repairs are required to the roofs of three units, requiring a special levy.
In the absence of a chairperson (as the chairperson had just resigned) I sent out an email to all unitowners asking: Do you agree to raising a special lev ? Yes or No.
The result was 5 for Yes, 1 for No and 2 no responses. Based on this the majority 5 out of 8 the decision was passed to raise the special levy.
Subsequently about three days later we get an email from the strata manager, saying the special vote was invalid as one unit owner had notified the strata manager that they had not received the email vote about the special levy.
This was clearly incorrect as it was clear to everyone that the email had been sent to all unit owners.
This unitowner (1 of the 2 unit owners who did not vote) is game playing, trying to cause problems and delay the urgent roof repairs.
From other unitowners, this unit owner has history of using this tactic.
Could you please suggest anything we can do in dealing with this problem unit owner.
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