Recouping Costs From Defaulting Condominium Owner

Enforcing compliance with the condominium documents against a defaulting condominium owner can be a very costly undertaking for a condominium corporation. Even though section 17(3) of the Condominium Act, 1998 imposes an obligation on the condominium corporation to take all reasonable steps to enforce compliance, there is no guarantee that the condominium corporation will be able to recover all of its enforcement costs from the defaulting owner.   Read the article……………


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