Definition : Meeting of co-owners - Delay of convocation

The delay granted by law to call a general meeting of the co-owners. It may vary in accordance with the type of general meeting. The declaration of co-ownership generally provides a maximum and minimum number of days between the calling of the general meeting and the general meeting.

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Question: According to article 352 of the Civil Code of Quebec, the co-owners, if they represent 10% of the votes, may require the directors or the secretary to convene an annual or special general meeting, stating in a written notice the business to be transacted at the meeting. If the directors or the secretary fail to act within 21 days after receiving the notice, any of the co-owners who signed it may convene the meeting. However, our declaration of co-ownership indicates that to request such a convocation, it is necessary to obtain 20% of the votes. Does our declaration of co-ownership take precedence over the provisions of the Civil Code of Quebec?
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Co-owners must be called at least once a year to a meeting known as an annual meeting. This assembly, like all other types of assembly, must bring together all the co-owners. With the notice calling the meeting, the board of directors notifies all the co-owners of the list of points to be studied and decisions to be voted on at the meeting of co-owners. This document is the agenda of the assembly. The summons has to respect a procedural frame, otherwise the assembly of the co-owners could be irregular. That is why it is up to the one who takes the initaive to summon her to respect rules  
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