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Article 39. The Minutes of the General Meeting and Communication of Resolutions

(1) Within 10 days from the date of the general meeting, minutes must be drawn up, which must contain:
a) the name and registered office of the association;
b) the date and place of the meeting;
c) the total number of members and the number of members present;
d) identification of the chairperson and the secretary of the meeting;
e) the agenda;
f) a summary of the speeches;
g) the voting results for each issue on the agenda. In the case of a general meeting conducted by correspondence, the owners who voted “for” and those who voted “against” will also be identified. The identification of the owners will be made by indicating the number of the unit and, where applicable, the block, the staircase;
h) the text of the resolutions adopted on each issue;
i) at the request of the owner who expressed a separate opinion regarding a resolution, the content of that owner’s separate opinion. The separate opinion can also be submitted in text form within 3 days from the date of the meeting, to be annexed to the minutes.
(2) The minutes are signed by the chairperson and the secretary of the meeting. Attached to the minutes are:
a) the convocation table, if used;
b) the list of owners entitled to participate in the general meeting, in which the owners (or their representatives) have registered according to paragraph (3);
c) copies of the representatives’ authorizations, certified by the signature of the meeting’s secretary.
(3) The minutes are handed over for permanent keeping to the association’s administrator.
(4) The resolutions adopted at the general meeting are communicated to all owners within 10 days from the date of the general meeting, by displaying the text of the resolutions on the information board or through another source of information as per Article 63. If the association has the owner’s email address, the text of the resolutions is also sent to that address within the same timeframe.

LPA C civ, art. 29 [Statutory Building Right over Public Rent and Royalty]

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