Cristina D’Arcy and Carmen Eames discuss Group of Same Issue Motions.
Group of Same Issue Motions is a new concept introduced in the latest regulation changes replacing motions with alternatives for general meetings. This approach when voting increases owners’ rights by allowing them to vote for, against or abstain each motion equally.
Motions dealing with the same issue are identified and grouped together in the agenda (irrespective of resolution type) and voted on separately. The qualified motion is the motion with the most votes in favor is then qualified by the body corporate.
The following video provides greater detail on the concept. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to reach out to your Community Relationship Manager.
This video provides general advice only and you should consult your Body Corporate Manager for specific advice on your individual case. For a summary of body corporate regulation changes read more on this Queensland Government website.