A notice sent to the co-owners by the Board of Directors indicating the matters to be added to the agenda to give effect to the request of a co-owner.
The first step in the preparation of a General Meeting of co-owners is to prepare a complete agenda. Even though there is no legal formalism governing its fine print, the agenda must be sufficiently specific. It must mention all the questions and items to be tabled before the General Meeting. You will find here under some useful pointers for preparing and drafting an agenda.
A question often arises whether a co-owner can modify the agenda received with his notice of call to the Annual General Meeting, either before or during the General Meeting?
The General Meeting of co-owners is governed by strict legal rules that you should know about. In principle the General Meeting deliberates only on the questions inscribed on the agenda before holding the General Meeting. Otherwise, any decision taken upon a question illegally placed on the agenda is null and void and may be subject to a legal challenge.