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Records: To Provide or Not to Provide, That is the Question.

Devon Cassidy
Publication date:
October 20, 2021
Article Summary: 

The Condominium Act in Nova Scotia requires condominium corporations to keep adequate records, which include financial records, minutes of meetings, declarations, bylaws, rules, and other specified records. Owners and board members have the right to inspect these records upon reasonable notice and request copies for a reasonable fee. The Act also lists specific items that must be included in the records, such as agreements, plans, and warranty information. Both boards and owners should be aware of the legislation and respond promptly to records requests, avoiding unnecessary disputes.


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Devon Cassidy
Records: To Provide or Not to Provide, That is the Question.
October 20, 2021
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