Definition : Resolution in writing

Resolution signed by all directors, thus having the same value as if passed at a meeting of the board of directors. Article 1086.1 of the Civil Code of Quebec states that board of directors shall send to the co-owners every resolution in writing it adopts, within 30 days of the passage of the resolution. This article must be read with article 1086.2 of the Civil Code of Quebec, which provides for a legal proceeding for any co-owner or director in annulling or amending a decision of the board of directors. In addition, a resolution in writing is part of the documents produced in the register of the co-ownership, a copy of it must be kept with the minutes of proceedings or the equivalent. It must be made available to any co-owner who requests it.

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