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By-laws in condominium corporations serve as administrative guidelines, covering various aspects of property governance and condo board duties. They must be reasonable and consistent with the Condominium Act and the corporation's declaration. By-laws govern topics such as condo board composition, voting procedures, common expenses, and unit definitions for repair and insurance purposes. Boards can amend by-laws, but changes require approval from owners, typically through a meeting and vote. Enforcement of by-laws involves notifying residents of non-compliance, legal counsel intervention if needed, and recourse to the Condo Authority Tribunal or other legal avenues.


By-laws, Condominium corporations, Governance, Condo board, Amendments, Owners' approval, Enforcing, Compliance, Condo disputes, Condo Authority Tribunal

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