Week Three Question: The Condo Law News: Change is in the Air Contest - 2016 Edition
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Week Three Question: The Condo Law News: Change is in the Air Contest - 2016 Edition

by blogmaster on March 10, 2016

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The Official Week Three Question is:

Bill 106 amends the law when it comes to directors holding a meeting via teleconference, by removing the need for a by-law to authorize these kinds of meetings. However, one further contentious point remains in the Act:

(A) A majority of the directors of the corporation must agree as to the kind of teleconference technology used for the meeting

(B) All directors must be notified thirty (30) days in advance if the meeting is being held by teleconference

(C) All directors of the corporation must consent to the means used for holding the meeting

(D) All condominium owners must be notified when a director’s meeting is being held by teleconference

Take part in the Condo Law News: Change is in the Air Contest - 2016 Edition! Enter to win five (5) tickets to our upcoming 2016 New Act Primer event, hosted by Nelligan O'Brien Payne’s Condo lawyers!*

*For full contest rules, including a description of the prize, please click here.

There will be four blog posts containing quiz questions in February/March. You will receive a ballot each time you answer a question correctly and then submit an eligible entry during the weekly contest period. For example, if you answer four questions correctly and submit eligible entries for each, you will receive four ballots. The winner will be drawn randomly and announced in a blog post on March 21, 2016. For more details on the contest, including how to enter, please click here.

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