Section: Condo

The Amphitheatre of Quebec: a Real-estate Boom

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The Amphitheatre of Quebec: a Real-estate Boom

For the whole of Limoilou, one has noticed 13 registrations of co-ownerships, during the last 30 days, which led to seven sales. For the duplex and triplex, one counted 30 new registrations and four sales.

Access to the private portions of a co-ownership by the syndicate

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Access to the private portions of a co-ownership by the syndicate

Article 1042 of the Civil Code of Quebec establishes the rule that the portions of the buildings and the grounds that are designated as “private” are the property of a specific co-owner who has exclusive use of it. In most cases this will mean

Understanding the role of the property manager in co-ownership

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Understanding the role of the property manager in co-ownership

We are often asked the following question by the members of the Boards of Directors of co-ownerships, and by the co-owners: “If there is nobody who wants to sit on the Board of Directors, can’t we then just hand everything over to a manager and leave it...

The quorum at the Board meetings and the General meetingsof the co-owners

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The quorum at the Board meetings and the General meetingsof the co-owners

It is important to understand the difference between the manner of establishing the quorum required to hold a meeting of the members of the Board of Directors, and the one required to hold a General meeting of the co-owners.

Damage caused by a thing: the co-owner is liable

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Damage caused by a thing: the co-owner is liable

The rule of article 1465 of the Civil code of Quebec states the following: «1465. A person entrusted with the custody of a thing is liable to reparation for injury resulting from the autonomous act of the thing, unless he proves that he is not at fault.”