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Considerations for Privacy Rights in Condominiums

Heidi N. Besuijen
Publication date:
December 21, 2022
Article Summary: 

This article addresses the considerations for privacy rights in condominiums governed by the Personal Information Protection Act in Alberta. It emphasizes the importance of developing privacy policies to protect personal information of unit owners and occupants. The role of a privacy officer is discussed, and common types of personal information encountered by condominium corporations are listed. The article highlights the need to redact personal information from meeting minutes before disclosing them and the importance of accuracy and security of personal information. It also mentions the need for clear signage regarding surveillance cameras and handling of information requests.


Privacy rights, condominiums, Personal Information Protection Act, privacy policies, privacy officer, personal information, meeting minutes, redaction, records retention, surveillance cameras, signage, information requests, bylaws.

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Heidi N. Besuijen
Considerations for Privacy Rights in Condominiums
December 21, 2022
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