This answers my question.
We have a President that was elected last years AGM (2008) and he is not an owner.
During the AGM I objected to him standing as President as he was not an owner, and after a period of silence the Administrator said that he was allowed to stand as President as he was the representative of a company (the promoter) who owns property.
There was another owner who stood for President, however he did not win the vote.
This year (2009) I did not receive the call to the AGM (which was held just over 1 month ago) and the current President was again allowed to stand for the same reason, and again was voted in.
However, it is my understanding of the HPA, that a person wishing to stand as a representative of a company must be either the Managing Director or the Administrator of that company.
Seeing that he is neither, and further seeing that he has nothing to do with that company as he is not even an employee, I believe him to be an illegal President.
If this is true, and reading below "The Supreme Court holds that resolutions adopted by owners appointing a president who is not an owner are null and void so it is not subject to any term to contest them at Court.", does this mean that I can just go to the Police Station and Denounce him and the Administrator, as I believe the Administrators are also acting in an illegal fashion?
Indeed I have asked to meet with the Administrators to point this out ... and they have thus far ignored me!
This message was last edited by TechNoApe on 14/01/2010.