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Legal Corner – Annual General Meetings: The Importance of Proper Notice

Publication date:
October 29, 2021
Article Summary: 

This article highlights the importance of providing proper notice for Annual General Meetings (AGMs) in condominium corporations. The author shares their personal experience where they almost missed an AGM due to not receiving proper notice, as the condo corporation had been sending notices via email and social media without obtaining prior consent from unit owners. The article explains that under the Condominium Property Act in Alberta, condo corporations must provide at least 14 days' written notice for an AGM to all unit owners and mortgagees who have given notice of their interest. Sending electronic notices without prior consent may not be considered reasonable, and any business conducted at such meetings may need to be validated at a subsequent meeting. Proper and adequate notice is critical to protect the interests of unit owners and ensure their meaningful participation in condo affairs.


Condominium corporation, Annual General Meeting, AGM, notice, Condominium Property Act, Alberta, electronic notice, consent, unit owners, virtual meetings, consumer protection, meeting attendance, property management, communication methods, validation, proper notice, electronic means, virtual participation.

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Legal Corner – Annual General Meetings: The Importance of Proper Notice
October 29, 2021
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