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I am on the EC and have been trying to get rid of a dodgy Agent but due to a ‘gang’ mentality i.e. 7 on the committee and 4 in the ‘gang’ so the 3 remaining members are always outvoted. We have made some inroads by getting like minded owners on side and we are now questioning just about everything this dodgy agent and her cronies get up to.
The latest issue I have is we received the most recent CRM with a fee of $250 charged for ‘registering a By Law’. I queried this fee and have been told by the Secretary that the Agent had to register a By Law on the Certificate of Title for the Electronic Service of Correspondence!
Now, here are my questions:
1. I thought a By Law had to be passed by 75% of owners at an AGM- am I correct?
2. I also thought any new By Law or proposed change to a By Law had to be listed as a motion on the agenda of the AGM – am I correct?
3. Does the Agent have authority to do this without any discussion with the owners?
I don’t have an issue with receiving electronic correspondence since the agent has been sending my my levy notices via this forum for about 3 years. Also, the EC communicate via email – I am confused that a By law has been registered without being voted upon at an AGM – can anyone provide clarity on this or is it just another ‘dodgy’ deal by my Agent and her cronies on the EC?
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