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Access To Condo Records

Toronto Condo News
Publication date:
March 28, 2018
Article Summary: 

Condo corporations maintain records that include personal information of residents and owners, as well as financial information of the corporation. "Core" records such as Declaration, By-laws, Condo Rules, Meeting Minutes, Financial Statements, and Notices are available in electronic format free of charge. Other "non-core" records are available at a cost based on actual costs incurred by the corporation, with copying costs limited to $0.20 per page. Owners can request access to these records by submitting a request to the board. The board has 30 days to respond with which records they will and will not produce, and the estimated cost. Disputes over access to condo records can be filed with the Condo Authority Tribunal. Non-compliance with section 55 of the Condo Act is subject to a penalty of $5,000 payable to the individual who requested and was improperly denied access to records.


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Toronto Condo News
Access To Condo Records
March 28, 2018
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