Les assemblées de copropriétaires virtuelles sont en plein essor. La crise du coronavirus (COVID-19) en a fait découvrir les nombreux avantages à syndicats de copropriétaires. Selon toute vraisemblance, elles sont définitivement là pour rester.
The General Meeting of the co-owners is one of the two decision-making bodies of the syndicate. You should be aware that co-ownership life implies that the co-owners or their representatives meet, occasionally, to discuss and vote upon important decisions. This occurs at General Meetings of the co-owners, which is the prime democratic body in the co-ownership. Their conduct obeys certain rules of form and content. An overview of the various specific aspects of General Meetings of the co-owners.
A General Meeting of the co-owners cannot take place without an agenda. To deliberate in accordance with the Law, co-owners should be able to become aware, before the General Meeting, of the questions on the agenda. This the reason why it should be annexed to the notice of call, usually prepared by the Board of Directors (Board). It contains all the questions to be tabled for deliberation during the General Meeting. This document must be clear and unambiguous to avoid legal challenges. An overview of the various specificities of the agenda.
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.
The word varia is often used in an agenda, minutes for meetings of the board of directors or General Meeting of co-owners.
Question: What does the word "varia" mean?
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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.