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Section 92 Charge-back Checklist

Bob Gardiner
Publication date:
July 27, 2020
Article Summary: 

The article discusses a case study of a condominium corporation that failed to provide reasonable notice to townhouse unit owners before making exterior interlock and pavement repairs to their exclusive-use common elements. The court disallowed the condo's charge-back claim because the corporation did not advise the owners of the expected cost of the work, denying them the opportunity to obtain their own quotes or do the work themselves. To avoid similar situations, the article provides a Section 92 charge-back checklist, including analyzing specific criteria, documenting evidence, setting deadlines, obtaining quotes, and involving a lawyer to collect legal fees.


Condominium corporation, charge-back claim, townhouse unit owners, exclusive-use common elements, reasonable notice, Section 92 charge-back checklist, legal fees.

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Bob Gardiner
Section 92 Charge-back Checklist
July 27, 2020
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