The minimal number of voting co-owners(either present or represented), representing the number of votes required by the Civil Code Of Québec, or the declaration of co-ownership, in order for the meeting of the co-owners to legally deliberate and take a decision. However, the quorum for a make-up general meeting is calculated differently, the three quarters of the co-owners, present or represented, at the second general meeting constitute quorum.
Question: Can we provide, in a declaration of co-ownership, that the quorum for a General Meeting of the co-owners requires all owners to be present or represented?
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In order for a General Meeting of co-owners to deliberate and adopt decisions, the Law provides that the co-owners (present or represented), eligible to vote, must hold the majority of votes. This requirement is called a quorum. Should it not be achieved, the Law provides for holding a second General Meeting of co-owners during which the rules for calculating the quorum will be less stringent. An overview of the various requirements to obtain a quorum.