Once voting begins at a meeting it must proceed to conclusion
Jan 2, 2016 1:00 AM - Q. A meeting of the members of our association was called to vote on a matter that required the approval of two-thirds of all owners of the association. A quorum of owners was present, so the meeting was called to order. Unfortunately, only about 50 percent of the owners were present in person or by proxy (most by proxy). Therefore, even if every ballot were cast in favor of the matter, the matter being voted on would not have been successful. The board called for the vote and, of course, the matter did not pass. Could the board have postponed the vote, so the vote could take place at a later date?