Definition : Common portion - Work modifying the destination of the immovable

Work that upon completion does not comply with the destination of the immovable, at that time. This is the case, for example, for backfilling an outdoor swimming pool to build a parking lot or the development of a commercial space in a co-ownership in which the destination is exclusively residential. This work must:

 WARNING ! For some co-ownerships constituted before January 1, 1994, the declaration of co-ownership may validly provide for an even larger majority than those provided for in articles 1097 and 1098 of the Civil Code of Québec. It can impose unanimity, in other words require the consent of all co-owners.

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