I am the owner of a lot or unit in a NSW Strata Plan and I want to bring a motion to a General Meeting of the Owners Corporation, what do I do?

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I am the owner of a lot or unit in a NSW Strata Plan and I want to bring a motion to a General Meeting of the Owners Corporation, what do I do?

Forcing a General Meeting of an Owners Corporation can sometimes require a bit of wrangling: “Meeting of the Estates General” by Isidore-Stanislaus Helman (1743-1806) and Charles Monnet (1732-1808) – Bibliothèque nationale de France. Licensed under Public Domain via Wikimedia

The answer is set out in Schedule 2 of the Strata Schemes Management Act 1996 (NSW). There are a number of options. You can firstly simply wait for the next AGM. Secondly the Executive Committee can convene a General Meeting at any time. Lastly, you can serve on the Secretary of the Executive Committee a notice…

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