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Resolution by ballot

    (1)     A person may vote in a ballot by completing the ballot form and forwarding it to the secretary of the owners corporation in accordance with the rules of the owners corporation.

    (2)     A resolution of the owners corporation by ballot is made as follows—

        (a)     matters requiring an ordinary resolution must be passed by a majority of the votes returned by the closing date but the number of votes returned must be not less than the number needed for a quorum in accordance with section 77;

        (b)     other matters must be passed by a special resolution or unanimous resolution, as appropriate.

    (3)     If a ballot is arranged by a person nominated by lot owners, the lot owners must give the owners corporation all information necessary to enable it to keep records of the ballot.

Division 6—Proxies and powers of attorney

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