Tks for ur response.
In fact all the members ahve voting right but the right to contest is restricted to owners.
You are right in your presumption that the Assn has more members than the number of flats.
If the wisdom of the persons who drafted the byelaw is to give wieghtage to the owners, the question of proof of wonership becomes eminent and the memebrship register will get cchanged upteen times.
Again the proof of ownership involves definig the allottees, subsequant purhcasers and so on.
Another factor is that all the residents i,e residing owners and tenants only pay the monthly subscripttion and the non resident owners are not paying the subscripttion.
This brings more complications since the non resident owners are not paying the subscripttion they will cease to be memebrs and hence they will be disqualified to contest.
Ultiamately when there 10% of the memebrs are subscripttion paying resident owners, they are the only persons eligible to contest. This means 10% will prevail over the rest of 90%
Let me receive mroe responses so that we can decide upon suitable amendments to the byelaw.