19 Dec I AM AN OWNER, DO I HAVE THE RIGHT TO PROPOSE FOR VOTATION ANY QUESTION IN THE GENERAL MEETING OF MY COMMUNITY OF OWNERS IN SPAIN?
The owners’ board must be convened by the president and, failing that, by the promoters of the meeting.
The call must contain an indication of the following points:
– the matters to be dealt with or the agenda;
– the place;
– the day and time on which the meeting is to be held first or, where appropriate, the second call.
Issues proposed by any owner should be included on the agenda, provided that they are of interest to the community. To this end, the owner must address a letter to the president, in which he clearly specifies the matters he requests to be dealt with.
On the formal requirements for validly calling, and on the validity of the decisions voted on there, I have to assume that I should not be writing in a big extension here, as this is an issue that is the responsibility of the current President and that as with many others aspects of legality in owners communities is quite broad and complex that go beyond the scope of this report or consultation.
Let me say anyhow that it is sufficient to record the matters to be discussed in the convened board, without requiring a rigorous or extensive prior exposure of all the data or means of knowledge necessary for the participation and deliberation of the interested parties.