Condo Smarts: How do strata residents re-vote on a bylaw amendment?

There is a specific provision in the Strata Property Act for parties to reconsider a vote

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Dear Tony:

Our strata corporation recently held a special general meeting to vote on a no-smoking bylaw. At the meeting, the property manager advised that the amendment would not affect anyone currently a resident and a smoker as they would be grandfathered. The vote only passed by one ballot, and the next day we were informed there were no provisions in the bylaw for grandfathering, and the Act has no such exemption. A group of owners immediately petitioned for a meeting to be called to re-vote on the bylaw; however, by the time

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