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Condo Decision Making – Democracy Or Practicality

Toronto Condo News
Publication date:
March 26, 2018
Article Summary: 

This article discusses how the Condo Act strikes a balance between democracy and practicality in condo corporations. It acknowledges that not all condo owners are interested in participating in the management of their homes, and as such, the Act provides provisions to ensure that condo corporations can operate with as few as two directors. The article goes on to explain the decision-making process for various matters in condo corporations, such as bylaw changes and approval of common area modifications, which require varying levels of owner approval. Overall, the article suggests that while it is important to strive for democratic decision-making in condo corporations, practicality must also be considered to ensure that the corporation can operate effectively.


Condo Act, condo corporations, decision-making, democracy, practicality, annual general meeting, quorum, board, bylaw changes, common area modifications, owner approval.

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Toronto Condo News
Condo Decision Making – Democracy Or Practicality
March 26, 2018
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