Strata Committee Meetings
Can a Strata Committee member at a Committee meeting ( not an Owners Corp meeting) have another committee member act as their proxy if they know they be absent from that meeting?
Answer: Not as a “proxy” per se, but effectively, yes, with the consent of the strata committee, as per the section below:
34 Acting members of strata committee
(1) A member of a strata committee may, with the consent of the strata committee, appoint an owner or company nominee of a corporation that is an owner who is eligible to be a member to act in his or her place as a member at any meeting of the strata committee.
(2) The owner or company nominee appointed is, while so acting as a member, taken to be a member.
(3) An owner or company nominee of a corporation may be appointed whether or not he or she is already a member of the strata committee.
(4) If a person so appointed is a member of the strata committee, the person may, at any meeting of the strata committee, separately vote in the person’s capacity as such a member and on behalf of the member in whose place the person has been appointed to act.
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