Question: If a motion was defeated twice in the past, can the same motion be included on the Agenda of the upcoming AGM?
I am an owner in a strata scheme the chairperson wants to install security cameras in our building. The motion was defeated twice in the past. The same motion was listed in the Agenda of the AGM on the 22 of October 2021.
From my understanding if a motion was defeated twice therefore it is considered dead. Am I correct?
Answer: Owners are at liberty to requisition any motions (provided they comply with the legislation and are legal)
We are not aware of such a presumption in NSW strata legislation. Further, owners are at liberty to requisition any motions (provided they comply with the legislation and are legal) and the protection afforded to owners is that any such motion would need to be passed by special resolution.
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