A Condo Association Meeting is a meeting that includes all the owners and co-owners who share the same common building. These meetings are similar to any board room meeting where the meeting minutes are read, there are status updates on current building issues and a chance to voice and vote on ideas/amendments which would change the nature of the building or how it operates.
As an owner or co-owner you do not need to attend these meetings, but it is always advised if you want to understand what is going on in your building (i.e possible major repairs, rise in condo fees, new building rules, should be paint the building bright pink...).
If you are unable to attend a condo association meeting, you can elect that another owner, co-owner or 3rd party will be representing you. Depending on the rules/regulations of the condo association, there may be additional forms to sign before a 3rd part can attend a condo association meeting (This can include a spouse or common-law partner if their name is not on the ownership document of the property).