When are decisions of a meeting of a VvE (residents association) null and void?

The meetings of a VvE (residents association) decide on the use and management of the shared spaces of a building. Its decisions are subject to certain rules. A decision is void if it is not in accordance with the statutory provisions, provision in the deed of division or the division articles. An example is the decision that the maintenance cost of roof dormers are charged to the individual owners, and the division articles set out that the roof dormers are part of the communal spaces. A decision is voidable if it was not made by completing the due process, if the decision is unreasonable or if it is not in accordance with the bylaws. For invoking voidability, the regular period applies and this must be submitted to the court of law. In order to have a decision voided, the case must be submitted to a district court within one month; please be aware of this short qualification period.