What does it mean to be ‘financial’?

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To be entitled to vote at a general meeting you must be “financial.” This means that all levies must be paid up till the date of the notice on the agenda. The only exception to this is a unanimous vote – you do not have to be financial to vote on a motion that requires a unanimous vote.

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