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Enforcing your declaration of co-ownership - french only

Tuesday 18h00 to 19h30

Member $17.40 + taxes

Non-member $52.19 + taxes



This activity will be offered in French only.

Missed this event? Write to us at evenements@rgcq.org to get the recording and/or presentation.

In this webinar, we'll look at how to get your declaration of co-ownership respected.  

The declaration of co-ownership is a legal document that regulates the management of a co-ownership and the building's occupants. It defines the terms and conditions for living together, and must therefore be imposed on co-owners by the Board of Directors. Anyone who fails to comply with the by-laws is liable to legal action based on article 1080 of the Civil Code of Québec. This recourse can be instituted by either a co-owner or the syndicate.

You don't know where to start and how to enforce your declaration of co-ownership? Or you'd like a refresher on the new regulations governing declarations of co-ownership? Find the answers to your questions in this webinar.


Me Charlotte T. Fortier Lawyer at TCJ Avocats

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Declaration of co-ownership