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Flagging Issues on the Common Elements

Andrea Daly and Christy Allen
Publication date:
March 22, 2019
Article Summary: 

The blog discusses a condominium's right to regulate its common elements, including the governing documents that define the boundaries between units and common elements, as well as the authority granted to condominiums by Sections 56 and 58 of the Condominium Act. The post notes that while condominiums have the ability to regulate the use of their common elements, the issue is more complex than it may seem, as evidenced by the recent media coverage on the right of a condominium owner to fly a Canadian flag on the exterior of his unit. The Minister of Government and Consumer Services' intention to review the self-governing powers of condominiums is also mentioned


common elements, condominium, regulation, and flags.

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Andrea Daly and Christy Allen
Flagging Issues on the Common Elements
March 22, 2019
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