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Powers Of A Condo Board

Toronto Condo News
Publication date:
January 25, 2019
Article Summary: 

Condo boards have the power to manage the condo corporation, sell units, restrict pets, and control in-suite renovations and furnishings. These powers are granted per the Condo Act and the corporation's governing documents. Failure to pay condo fees can result in a forced sale of a suite. Condo corporations have the right to create and enforce rules to protect privacy and common areas. Condo corporations have restrictions on in-suite renovations, which are intended to protect the building.

In the event of an emergency, entry without notice is acceptable. Occupancy restrictions can restrict who resides in a suite and the number of individuals. When renting a suite, a board may have authority to approve tenants or leases. Owner interests are not obligations of a condo board.


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Toronto Condo News
Powers Of A Condo Board
January 25, 2019
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