There's no lack of drama when it comes to modern-day condominium general meetings. Put a group of condo owners in a room together and ask them to vote on a variety of issues and sparks are bound to fly, especially when money is at stake. And money is always at stake.
Add to that a general lack of knowledge or understanding of rights and obligations, and you can add comedy and tragedy to the condo board drama.
It's important to note here that condominium owners' rights and obligations in respect to their units and the development's common property are, or at least should be, set out in both the development's rules and the Condominium Act. The right of every owner to vote at general meetings is an inherent part of this.
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