Condo Smarts: New owner discovers change to bylaws

Dear Tony: Our strata of 48 townhouses passed new bylaws in April this year. One of our council members had agreed to file the bylaws that were issued with the notice, and properly passed by a three-quarter vote resolution with no amendments.  However, a new buyer has just moved in and produced a set of bylaws that have a number of changes from what we had passed. When challenged, the council member had indicated she chose to consult with a notary on the bylaws before they were filed and made a number of amendments and what she thought were corrections, then filed the bylaws with her changes.    Read the Q&A…………


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