(1) A notice of intention to hold an annual general meeting must be issued to every unit owner in the unit title development by each owner's preferred method of contact.
(2) A notice of intention to hold an annual general meeting must be issued by—
(a) the body corporate, in the case of the first annual general meeting; and
(b) the chairperson, in the case of every other annual general meeting.
(3) A notice of intention to hold an annual general meeting must be issued—
(a) at least 6 weeks before the date of the annual general meeting where the unit title development is a parent unit title development; or
(b) at least 3 weeks before the date of the annual general meeting in every other case.
(4) A notice of intention to hold an annual general meeting must—
(a) state the date, time, and venue of the meeting; and
(b) state that a unit owner may not vote unless all body corporate levies and other amounts that are from time to time payable to the body corporate in respect of the unit have been paid; and
(c) invite unit owners to nominate candidates for election—
(i) as the chairperson:
(ii) as the subsidiary body corporate representative where the body corporate is a subsidiary body corporate:
(iii) to the body corporate committee (where applicable); and
(d) state that candidates must be owners of principal units in the unit title development; and
(e) invite unit owners to propose matters for discussion at the meeting; and
(f) state the date by which nominations under paragraph (c) and proposals under paragraph (e) must be received, and to whom they must be sent.