what advice do you give inexperienced investors re body corporate voting rights and these situations please. Bought an apartment 18 months ago and very soon had to pay some $ 20,000 towards the buildings roof repairs . besides the annual exorbitant body corporate costs and i had asked for a payment plan of instalments at the time. last year i was given leniency, payment plans, no interest charged and my voting power at agm meetings was still intact this year they are saying that unless i pay the last $3000 today that i wont be able to vote in meetings. This year there is greater hardship with job losses due to corona so shouldnt there be the same no n interest payment plans and allowance to vote ? 2 other owner occupiers are single women facing hardship and the rest are investors who dont show up the meetings but give all their voting power to one person sso my voting power wont be affected. also re another property the body corperate signed off on a huge cost of tiling without first checking that the job was done properly and it wasnt what advice do you give inexperienced investors re body corporate voting rights and these situations please.