Voting Rights of Owners – Do Parking Spots constitute an extra vote?
This is a strange question but our corporation is going to be having an AGM shortly and there is an owner who is adamant that parking spots because they have a unit factor of one and are owned, constitutes a unit which entitles that person to extra votes based on the definition of 26(1):
26(1) The voting rights of the owner of a unit are determined by
the unit factor for the owner’s unit.
The corporation’s bylaws follow the definition of unit but do not specifically state “residential unit” as per 1 (1)w.
The concern is that this is going to disrupt the meeting as the individual is known to do this for shock effect. Is there anything specifically in the legislation that states voting is based on residential units and is typically one vote per unit.
Thank you in advance for any information that you can provide.
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