If I own two units in the same complex do I get two votes on each resolution? – Yvette, QLD
Q: If I own two units in the same complex do I get two votes on each resolution?
A: When it comes to resolution voting at general meetings, one person is normally considered as being one voter, even if they own more than one lot.
When it comes to motions being voted on, each lot will be granted one vote on each motion listed on the voting paper. It is worth noting, however, that you can only vote if you are free of any body corporate debt. The only exception to this is if there is a requirement for motions that require a resolution without dissent.