Renegade renovation a clear condo bylaw breach

Q: I am an owner and on the board of a small four-storey condominium building. Recently, a company bought a unit and conducted a full renovation. They did not pay condo fees or other fines until the renovation was done, then they immediately paid the amounts owing and are now transferring the property to a new owner.      Read the Q&A………….


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