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Good morning, My question involves Body Corporate voting rights. In a building that is made up of apartments and a commercial business/restaurant/bar at the bottom of the building does the owner of the commercial premises in the building which amasses 19% of the building have 19% of voting rights. Or, is the commercial premises viewed as being one unit as each apartment is ie; one percentage of voting rights (one vote). Thank you.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX title is one unit, regardless whether one title is for a studio apartment and another is for two complete floors of the building?
Thanks; and one title equals one vote.
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