Question: How many owners in a complex of 12 units are required to vote against a motion at an extraordinary general meeting.
Answer: It depends whether you are asking about an unanimous, special or ordinary resolution.
It depends whether you are asking about an unanimous, special or ordinary resolution. No one can vote against an unanimous resolution for it to pass. With a special resolution no more than 25% of the value of votes cast can be against the resolution. An ordinary resolution only requires a simple majority.
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