Condo Smarts: Strata council doesn’t need confidentiality agreement

Dear Tony: Our strata manager and council president have insisted that every council member has to sign a confidentiality agreement or resign from council. We were told this is a requirement of the act, but a few council members have challenged the intention of this policy and now everyone is back-pedalling. It does raise a serious matter for strata council members. What type of standards do we have to maintain regarding confidentiality around the business of our strata corporation?    Read the Q&A………….


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