Unit Titles Regulations 2011

12 Removal or resignation of chairperson

(1)

The chairperson may be removed from office by ordinary resolution of the body corporate at an extraordinary general meeting.

(2)

Where the chairperson is removed from office under subclause (1), the body corporate must elect a new chairperson by ordinary resolution at the same extraordinary general meeting.

(3)

The chairperson may give notice in writing to the body corporate at any time of his or her intention to resign.

(4)

The chairperson must give notice in writing to the body corporate of his or her intention to resign if—

(a)

an agreement for the sale and purchase of the chairperson’s unit has become unconditional; and

(b)

as a result of the sale and purchase of the unit, the chairperson will no longer be the owner of a principal unit in the unit title development.

(5)

The chairperson must issue a notice of intention to hold an extraordinary general meeting under regulation 7

(a)

at the same time as giving notice to the body corporate under subclause (3); or

(b)

if the next annual general meeting of the body corporate is not due to take place until after the settlement of the sale and purchase of the chairperson’s unit, at the same time as giving notice to the body corporate under subclause (4).

(6)

A chairperson’s resignation takes effect from the close of the general meeting at which a new chairperson is elected.

(7)

A chairperson who is removed, or who resigns, from office is not eligible for re-election at the general meeting at which the new chairperson is to be elected.