• What is an ordinary or majority resolution?

    By definition, this form of resolution means a simple majority of proprietors who have paid all due levies at the time of the meeting, when voting on the issues being considered.

    This form of resolution is all that is required to conduct the normal business of general meetings and council meetings.

    For example, when accepting the previous year's income and expenditure reports and minutes or approving income and expenditure budgets for the future year, an ordinary resolution is all that is required.

    That is, if there are 10 proprietors represented at the meeting who collectively constitute the quorum, only six are required to vote in favour of the motion to achieve the simple majority.

    Source: Understanding Strata Titles by John Angus

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