Does PIPEDA Apply to Condominiums?

Condominium corporations inevitably collect personal information. This information includes the name, address and phone numbers of owners and residents. Corporations may also collect information related to the lease of units, owner’s arrears or breaches of governing documents. In fact, Condominium corporations are mandated by the Condominium Act to collect such information and in many cases to retain it.   Read the article…………..


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