Question: When our AGM was scheduled, a cut off date was set as 5 weeks prior to the AGM. This was the last day agenda motions would be accepted. Does the close off date need to be advertised?
Answer: There is no obligation to advertise the cut-off date for a general meeting.
There is no positive obligation to advertise what the cut-off date is for acceptance of motions for inclusion in an agenda for a general meeting. You can requisition a meeting or motion at any time in accordance with the legislation but as the notice of AGM appears to have been issued, your motions (if any) would need to be included in the next general meeting of the Owners Corporation.
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