Ask the Administrator: The law provides to be computed as favourable votes of those absent owners, properly summoned
- Sep 03, 2017
Good afternoon. Is ok to record as favourable vote those of absent owners? My next door´s neighbour, and I could not attend the last meeting where agreed decisions needing unanimous vote. But, it is possible to reach unanimity for the adoption of an agreement without being attending the 100% of the owners?
Administrator: Juan López
It is normal to think that if not all owners are attending to vote for or against an agreement, there can be no unanimity, but it is not how it works. You must bear in mind what is in the law about this which provides that a landlord can assist through legal representative sufficing to do so a writing signed by the owner, and on the other hand the law provides to be computed as favourable votes of those absent owners, properly summoned, who once informed of the agreement adopted on board, do not manifest their disagreement within the period of 30 calendar days.. Perhaps you are in the latter case, to not have said anything about of the agreement adopted on board, has been computed as favourable reached by the majority, reaching the unanimity