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AGM: Apathy, Gossip and Mutiny

Michelle Kelly
Publication date:
May 31, 2019
Article Summary: 

This blog discusses the issues of apathy, gossip, and mutiny that can arise during annual general meetings (AGMs) in condominiums. The author emphasizes the importance of proper communication and transparency in avoiding these issues. They also suggest ways to encourage owner engagement, such as providing clear and concise information, holding information sessions, and fostering a positive relationship between the board and the owners. The author also provides tips on how to address gossip and mutiny in a professional and productive manner, such as responding promptly and honestly, seeking input from all parties involved, and seeking the advice of legal counsel when necessary.


annual general meetings (AGMs), condominiums, apathy, gossip, mutiny, communication, transparency, owner engagement, board, information sessions, legal counsel.

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Michelle Kelly
AGM: Apathy, Gossip and Mutiny
May 31, 2019
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