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Quorum requirement for a condo council of members' annual/election meeting: Which one rules?


Which is right for a quorum?

1. A State condominium statute states: "Unless the bylaws provide otherwise, a quorum is deemed present throughout any meeting of the council of unit owners if persons entitled to cast 25 percent of the total number of votes appurtenant to all units are present in person or by proxy."


2. A condo's bylaws state: "Except as may otherwise be provided herein or by statute, votes appurtenant to units constituting at least a majority of the votes appurtenant to all units shall constitute a quorum for the adoption of decisions."

Is the quorum requirement 1. 25 percent or 2. A majority of condo unit owners?

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