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I am part of an SC in which I am the secretary. The SC has 5 members. Only 3 (including me) came to the previous SC meeting. I published meeting minutes and other owners are now disagreeing with some of what those minutes say. The topic of discussion (not a motion and no votes were taken) was somewhat complicated as it involved flooring.
Question: Assuming at the next SC meeting they vote ‘no’ to ‘do we agree to the previous meeting minutes being true and accurate’ what happens? I would be out voted. But I want to stand by my version. I *feel* as if they want to back track on some of what they said. Can we say no and move on? Do they need to provide a counter version? And then what happens if I disagree with those?
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