Body corporate management training - Unit 2: General meetings
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This unit gives an overview on how a general body corporate meeting is called and held.
This section describes how to call a general body corporate meeting.
This section looks at convening and holding a general meeting, the meaning of 'voter' for a general meeting and how votes are cast for open motions and by secret ballot.
This section outlines the procedures at general meetings including declaring the results of a motion and keeping a tally sheet and the keeping of full and accurate meeting minutes.
This section describes how to amend a motion at a general meeting, how to amend or revoke resolutions already passed and the use and restrictions of proxies for general meetings.
This section gives an overview of poll counts for certain motions.
This section covers keeping and accessing records.
This section gives an overview of the annual general meeting (AGM) including 'what is the date of our financial year?', changing the financial year or holding a meeting 'out of time', preparing for the AGM - before and after the end of...
This section details what is required when an extraordinary general meeting is requested.
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