at the meeting, elect any person qualified to be a member of the board for the remainder of the
term of a director who has been removed. 1998, c. 19, s. 33 (2).
If a vacancy arises in the board, the remaining directors may exercise all the
powers of the board as long as a quorum of the board remains in office. 1998, c. 19, s. 34 (1).
Replacement made by board(2)
If a vacancy arises in the board and a quorum of the board remains in office, the
majority of the remaining members of the board may appoint any person qualified to be a
member of the board to fill the vacancy until the next annual general meeting. 1998, c. 19,
s. 34 (2).
Replacement made by owners(3)
Subject to subsection 51 (6), at the annual general meeting mentioned in subsection (2)
the owners shall elect a person to fill the vacancy that arose under that subsection who shall hold
office for the remainder of the term of the director whose position became vacant. 1998, c. 19,
s. 34 (3).
Election when no quorum(4)
If a vacancy arises in the board and there are not enough directors remaining in office
to constitute a quorum, the remaining directors shall, within 30 days of losing the quorum, call
and hold a meeting of owners to fill all vacancies in the board. 1998, c. 19, s. 34 (4).
Owner may call meeting(5)
If the directors do not call and hold the meeting or if there are no directors then in
office, an owner may call the meeting. 1998, c. 19, s. 34 (5).
Reimbursement of cost(6)
Upon request, the corporation shall reimburse an owner who calls a meeting under
subsection (5) for the reasonable costs incurred in calling the meeting. 1998, c. 19, s. 34 (6).
Despite subsection (2), a vacancy resulting from an increase in the number of directors
shall be filled only by election at a meeting of owners duly called for that purpose and the
directors so elected shall not act until the by-law increasing the number of directors is registered
under subsection 56 (9). 1998, c. 19, s. 34 (7).
Meetings of directors35. (1)
In addition to meetings of the directors required by the by-laws of the corporation,
a quorum of the directors may, at any time, call a meeting for the transaction of any business.
1998, c. 19, s. 35 (1).
The person calling a meeting of directors shall give a written notice of the meeting to
every director of the corporation,
(a) at least 10 days before the day of the meeting, unless the by-laws specify otherwise;
(b) by delivering it to the director personally or by sending it by prepaid mail, courier
delivery or electronic communication addressed to the director at the latest address as