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Here in Victoria two of our owners have died. To date the Secretary has not been advised of any change of ownership.
With our AGM nearly due are they allowed to vote on resolutions? Whilst the Secretary is prepared to invite them as observers, they would prefer they didn’t vote at this stage.
While both heirs apparent were advised to seek legal advice before paying their fees, one has insisted on paying them as due.
Are the heirs apparent considered members of the OC? If so, where in the legislation is this specified?
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