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Community agm

Postby sick and tired » Tue Nov 03, 2020 7:42 pm

Hi all, long time since my last visit, we have an AGM looming and considering the ability to travel not to many people will be attending and many proxy votes issued I requested a zoom meeting AGM but the administrator said it was not legal as it’s either appear in person or proxy but surely being present by live video link would be acceptable could anyone direct me to the law in the horizontal property law which prevents live video meetings. Thanks in advance

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Re: Community agm

Postby costakid » Tue Nov 03, 2020 10:01 pm

The government is being run on Zoom meetings so why not an AGM?

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Re: Community agm

Postby sampedrena » Wed Nov 04, 2020 7:45 am

Article 15 (1) - " Attendance at the general meeting shall be in person ....................."

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Re: Community agm

Postby costakid » Wed Nov 04, 2020 8:42 am

yes and that rule was made before the world went mad. The way business etc is conducted has changed forever.

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Re: Community agm

Postby Parilla » Wed Nov 04, 2020 9:19 am

True, but the law hasn't changed.

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Re: Community agm

Postby sick and tired » Wed Nov 04, 2020 11:32 am

Hi Thanks for the reply, i guess its a question of interpretation live video link is attending in person to me, and probably not to others , love to see that one go to the courts LOL

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Re: Community agm

Postby sick and tired » Wed Nov 04, 2020 11:40 am

just been checking on spanish law and the courts permit video links for evidence and cross examination they have also updated as below due to the coronavirus surely this would apply to an AGM


III. Response to COVID-19
Under the current COVID-19 emergency, the Consejo General del Poder Judicial has issued
instructions on how to carry out judicial functions during the emergency.18 The instructions
9 Id. art. 229.3.
10 Id. art. 229, last para.
11 Id. art. 230.1.
12 Id.
13 Id. art. 230.2.
14 Id. art. 230.3.
15 Id. art. 230.4.
16 Id. art. 230.6.
17 Id. 230, last para.
18 Poder Judicial de España, Protocolo- Instrucciones del Consejo General del Poder Judicial Relativas a la
Prestación del Servicio Público Judicial ante la Situación Generada por el Covid-19 (Mar. 11, 2020),
https://perma.cc/5J4C-2BYG.
Virtual Civil Trials: Spain
The Law Library of Congress 65
authorize the use of videoconferencing to minimize personal interactions by the court’s staff and
the public.

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Re: Community agm

Postby sick and tired » Sat Nov 07, 2020 12:19 pm

Well we had the meeting and 6 of us attended via zoom video as the administrator relented and accepted the logic interestingly we had set up 4 half hour meetings as after 30 mins you have to pay but it was successful and worth doing


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