Sometimes, directors and co-owners raise the question whether, through an amendment to the declaration of co-ownership adopted by the assembly of co-owners, they can change the number of votes required for a decision?
When an annual general or special assembly of the syndicate of co-owners is convened the majority of co-owners will choose to attend in order to exercise their right to speak and vote on matters within the competence of the general assembly of co-owners.
When we think of the administration of a dwelling in co-ownership, what draws our attention are often the dwelling units since these units are inhabited by the co-owners who spend most of their time there when they are present in the building.
To prevent that a co-owner who has acted as a developer of a project in co-ownership with five fractions and more can control the assembly of co-owners to his advantage, article 1092 CCQ provides that
In certain very specific cases, the Civil Code of Québec provides that the number of votes that may be cast personally by a co-owner can be reduced. These rules are enacted by the legislator in order to avoid that a co-owner who has the majority of