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Amendment Issue: Requisition Meetings

Michelle Kelly
Publication date:
February 1, 2018
Article Summary: 

Amendment Issue: Requisition Meetings
I previously wrote about the changes coming to section 46 of the Act related to requisition meetings.

To recap, the biggest changes are: 1) a prescribed form for requisitions; 2) a prescribed process for communicating with the requisitionists; 3) a longer period of time to call and hold the meeting; and 4) the elimination of the owners' right to call the meeting if the condominium refuses to do so.

The changes to section 46 of the Act that address requisition meetings have not yet come into force and a date has not been released.

This means section 46 continues to apply while other related changes have been implemented, such as those for calling and holding meetings of the owners.

Section 46 of the Act states that the condominium must call and hold an owners' meeting within 35 days of receiving a requisition.

The regulations state that in the case of a requisition meeting only the preliminary notice may be sent out 15 days before the notice of meeting is sent.

Until the amendments to section 46 of the Act come into force condominiums would be wise to address requisitions as soon as possible, especially if legal advice regarding the requisition is sought before calling the meeting.


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Michelle Kelly
Amendment Issue: Requisition Meetings
February 1, 2018
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