101 How matters at general meeting of body corporate decided


Any matters at a general meeting of a body corporate relating to an exercise of a duty or power that may not be delegated under section 108(2), or that have not been delegated to the body corporate committee, must be decided by special resolution.


Except as otherwise provided in this Act, all other matters to be decided by the body corporate at a general meeting must be decided by ordinary resolution.


Any matter that is not on the agenda for a general meeting may be discussed at the meeting but, unless all the eligible voters are present at the meeting, no resolution may be voted on and made in respect of that matter except to include that matter on the agenda for a subsequent general meeting.


Every resolution must be recorded in writing.