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Section 18 of the Strata Management Act 2015 says
An owners corporation must hold an annual general meeting once in each financial year of the corporation.
Section 19 says
(1) The secretary or a strata committee of an owners corporation may convene a general meeting (that is not an annual general meeting) of the owners corporation at any time.
(2) The secretary of the owners corporation, or another officer if the secretary is absent, must convene a general meeting (that is not an annual general meeting) of the owners corporation as soon as practicable, and not later than 14 days after, receiving a qualified request.
So, who is responsible for ensuring an AGM happens? Can a qualified request be used to call an AGM?
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