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A I am assuming that the exterior walls of your condo building are common property. The fact that your daughter in another condo building received approval for her request is immaterial. Each condo corporation is governed by their own rules and bylaws, and what may apply in one may be illegal in another.
We are prepared to accept responsibility for concerns regarding modifications to the exterior wall, but the condominium corporation has said no at this time. Our daughter in another condo building got approval. What should we do fight or move?
Article content continuedHelpful Hint: Minute taking is an art, and it requires an understanding of what is relevant and what is not relevant. However, I have always taken the approach that a good set of minutes provides information and an understanding of the direction of the owners and/or board.
A First, the minutes of an AGM and/or board meeting need not include a complete transcript of the discussion. However, if there is a motion that was made at the AGM and a discussion followed, there should be some context of the discussion so that owners and/or future owners become aware of what was discussed at the AGM.