I just bought an apartment in a co-ownership.
Question: Should the syndicate be provided with a copy of the deed of sale in order to file it in the registers of the co-ownership? Can it require the new co-owner to provide the said deed of sale? And if so, who must pay for it?
We are a small co-ownership and have neither the means nor the time to hold elections to appoint directors. Moreover, we have been operating very well this way for years. And before moving into this apartment, I lived in a much larger co-ownership by phases and asked myself the same question when the syndicate entrusted the management of the immovables to a professional manager: was there still a need to keep a board of directors?
Question: Are we legally required to have a board of directors?
I want to buy a condo, but I am aware that for the most part the documents necessary for an informed purchase are in the register of the co-ownership.
Question: How can I access the register of the co-ownership? Is it for me or the seller to ask? If I have to take care of it, can I do it alone or do I need a third person to accompany me through this process?