Can an owner add a resolution to the AGM agenda?

Persons holding at least 20% of a strata corporation’s votes may, by written demand, propose a resolution or raise a matter for inclusion in the agenda at an Annual General Meeting. 1
This written demand should be signed by the voters and must be delivered to the strata corporation with sufficient time so that the Notice of Meeting, agenda and any ¾ vote resolutions proposed can be provided to the owners with sufficient notice under the Strata Property Act. 2

Subject to receiving a written demand, the strata council determines the agenda at the Annual General Meeting. 3

 

 

 

Notes:

  1. Strata Property Act, SBC 1998, c.43, s.46(2)
  2. Strata Property Act, SBC 1998, c.43, s.46(3)
  3. Strata Property Act, SBC 1998, c.43, s.46(1)