60.1. The board of directors may, if authorized by by-law, suspend a member’s right to vote at a meeting if, in the two fiscal years preceding the meeting,
(1) the member has not done business with the cooperative;
(2) the member has not done business with the cooperative for the amount determined by by-law;
(3) in the case of a work cooperative, a shareholding workers cooperative or a solidarity cooperative consisting of members who are workers of the cooperative, the member has not performed the number of days of work determined by by-law.
A written notice informing the member that his right to vote at the meeting has been suspended must be sent to him at least 30 days before the date of the meeting.
1995, c. 67, s. 40; 2003, c. 18, s. 35.