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What If an Owner Doesn’t Have Proper Reasons for Requesting a Record?

James Davidson
Publication date:
September 23, 2019
Article Summary: 

This blog discusses the requirements for a requester to access condominium records under the Condominium Act in Ontario. The amended Act states that a person can access records related to their interests as an owner, purchaser, or mortgagee without stating their reasons for the request. However, if a condominium corporation believes that the requester has improper reasons, they can challenge the request but must provide independent evidence to support their claim. The article emphasizes the importance of proper reasons for accessing records and the ability of corporations to question the requesters' intentions.


Condominium, Records, Condominium Act, Request for Records, Requester, Corporation.

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James Davidson
What If an Owner Doesn’t Have Proper Reasons for Requesting a Record?
September 23, 2019
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