- Mar 31, 2017
The President of my community and her husband who is the Real Estate manager, are owners of one of the properties. At the AGMs, they use two votes but they represent one property. Is this right?
Administrator: Juan López
Well, this is atypical and could cause conflicts. When one property is owned by two different proprietors, only one of them will be president or representative. To be a president you need to be owner. To be administrator, you just need to be elected by the community. If the community did that election, this is legal. No problem. However, each property got one vote, as it is in art. 15.1. So, in the minutes, only one of the two owners of the apartment will be recorded.