What is a resolution of the owners corporation?

A resolution of the owners corporation is any matter that has been voted on via a general meeting, ballot or committee meeting of the owners corporation at which a quorum is present where more than 50% of votes cast are in favour of the matter.

An interim resolution may be passed at a general meeting or committee meeting where a quorum is not present if more than 50% of votes cast are in favour of the matter.

For a general meeting notice must be given within 14 days of the meeting to all lot owners with a note saying that all motions passed become resolutions of the owners corporation 29 days after the meeting unless a special general meeting is called within 29 days of the initial meeting.

For a committee meeting an interim resolution does not take effect unless it is confirmed at the next meeting where a quorum is present, by a ballot of the committee or unless the rules of the owners corporation stipulate an alternative procedure.