Article 46. The Association’s Council
(1) The general meeting may designate a council to oversee the activities of the administrator and to exercise other responsibilities provided by this law. Additional responsibilities of the council may be set out in the association’s charter.
(2) Each member of the council may request from the administrator any information and documents regarding the condominium and the activities of the association and may ask for explanations about these.
(3) The administrator may seek the council’s opinion on any issue. The administrator has to consult the council in advance on any issue involving the association’s expenditures, including the annual budget draft.
(4) The council shall consist of an odd number of members, but no fewer than 3.
(5) The office of a council member begins from the time the general meeting’s resolution of appointment is passed unless a subsequent date has been established by the resolution. The office as a council member is not subject to registration in the state register of legal entities.
(6) The general meeting may appoint alternate members of the council, who become members of the council, in the order they appear in the general meeting’s resolution, by virtue of law from the date on which the office of a council member ends for any reason.
(7) The general meeting elects the president of the council at the same time as it elects the council members. If the general meeting has not elected the president of the council, but only the council members, they shall elect the president of the council from among their members, with the vote of more than half of the members.
(8) The council meeting is convened at least quarterly by the president of the council or, in their absence, by a council member authorized by the president, or by one-third of the council members.
(9) The council meeting is quorate if more than half of the members are present at the meeting location or participate through electronic communication.
(10) The council’s resolutions are adopted with the vote of more than half of the members present at the meeting in accordance with paragraph (9).
(11) The minutes of the council meeting are to be signed by all members present at the meeting according to paragraph (9), regardless of their vote. A member’s refusal to sign the minutes does not invalidate them. In this instance, the chairperson of the meeting shall make an appropriate annotation in the minutes alongside the name of that member.
(12) The council may also adopt resolutions by the signing of a written resolution by all members of the council without the need to convene and conduct a meeting.