I am President of a Community and I remember one of your articles in Euro Weekly News concerning the timely submission of proposals by owners for inclusion in the official agenda prior to the AGM.
One of our owners asked last year for an agenda item concerning his proposed property changes. We are nearing the date for our AGM but a detailed proposal has not been forthcoming. This makes it hard for the other owners to arrive at the meeting having made an informed decision. Can you comment?
J.B. (Costa Blanca)
The official agenda for the AGM is important because only items included on it can be voted at the meeting and it enables members to be aware in advance of issues to be discussed.
Your member should have made a detailed proposal but this is not strictly necessary. If the item appears on the Agenda, it must be dealt with. Perhaps he only wishes to enclose his terrace.
Anyway, members can vote to accept it or they can ask for more details before deciding.