Definition : Voting right

A right granted to any legal or natural person ,holding an ownership  title on a fraction, allowing him to participate to the decisions of the meeting of the co-owners by expressing his will during a vote. The number of votes detained by a co-owner is proportional to the relative value of his fraction.

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  The right to vote is a founding principle of democracy. Citizens of a democracy   can express their will in a ballot.  In principle, this right is equal amongst all voters. Practically speaking, it is equivalent to the «one person, one vote" rule, which means that every vote   has the same weight. However, co-ownership derogates from this principle, namely in that the number of votes held by the co- owners is in direct correlation with their rights of ownership in the immovable. An overview of the various aspects of voting in General Meetings of co-owners.    
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  The voting rights of the co-owners of the immovable can, in certain circumstances, be suspended or reduced. It is important to know who may be affected by these restrictions and their consequences.
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