Definition : Meeting of co-owners - Adjournment

The action by which the general meeting of the co-owners ends a session or adjourns it to a later date in the event the quorum is not reached. Furthermore, the general meeting at which there is no longer quorum shall be adjourned if a co-owner requests it. The items on the agenda which have not been dealt with are the adjourned to future date. In such cases, a notice must be given to all the co-owners concerning the date on which it is postponed. This second meeting will then be called the make-up general meeting.

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