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This is an enquiry about Committee and Strata processes/laws rather than about the wisdom of the decision.
Committee motioned to change a utility provider and this was majority approved. The change has not yet been implemented.
Now, one committee member who did not attend the relevant presentations and a Committee meeting to discuss /vote on the change seems to be actively lobbying against the change, as determined by:
– receipt of emails from the person and recipient ‘lobbyees’
– a petition against change has been put on the notice board
As indicated, setting aside the wisdom of the change, is there a process to follow when a member of Committee effectively ‘breaks ranks’?
Concerns include undermining confidence in Committee decisions and in the change process, if that now goes ahead
The AGM is coming up, too
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