Does one lot equal one vote?

At a general meeting each lot is given one vote (A singled person may hold multiple votes if they own more than 1 lot or have been given proxies by other lot owners) unless a lot owner present in person or by proxy calls for a poll. A poll must be by a written vote, and is based on one vote for each unit of lot entitlement. The chairperson of the owners corporation has a casting vote in the event of a tie.

At a committee meeting each committee member is entitled to one vote. The chairperson of the owners corporation has a casting vote in the event of a tie. (No polls may be called for a committee meeting)