Reader Feedback Q and A

Over the past few weeks I posted about the types of motions under Robert’s Rules of Order. I had several comments and questions about my previous posts so I thought I would take a few moments to respond today.

Q: How should decisions or motions be recorded or saved?

A: All decisions made at meetings, whether board meetings or owners’ meetings, should be written in the “minutes” of the meeting as they are an important source of information for future directors, property managers, and owners. It may as simple as:

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Challenges by owners to the chair, proxies, and voting

Davis v. Peel Condominium Corporation No. 22 [2013] O.J. No. 2594 is a recent decision of the Superior Court of Justice about owners’ meetings, especially voting rights and the role of the chair. It was an application by an owner alleging the chair of the meeting improperly allowed 12 proxies to be used to remove the board of directors. Without the 12 votes, the requisition to remove the directors would have failed.

The Court dismissed the application. Continue reading