A guide to condo records and how to review them: Reasonable Doubt

The most frequent questions I get about condos are related to records. Under the Condominium Act, 1998 (the Act), certain items are considered to be “records” within the meaning of the Act, such as financial records, agreements that the condominium corporation is responsible for and information about particular units and owners. The corporation is required to keep proper records and to permit a unit owner to examine the records and obtain copies of them if the owner makes a proper request.     Read the article……………..


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